University of Exeter

  • 3 week summer program
  • While in Exeter, choose from course options in Business, Humanities, or Social Sciences
  • The program includes side trips to the coast, nearby parks, and London

Richmond, the American University in London

  • 3, 6, or 9 week summer program 
  • The program is open to all majors, but is especially suited for business, communications, psychology, and humanities students
  • Relatively affordable for a London program

London Internship Program

  • 8 week summer program
  • Combination of internship placement multiple days a week and courses focused on London/UK

    University of Westminster in London

    • 3 or 6 week summer program
    • Courses are available in business, liberal arts, and media studies
    • Includes trips to places like the beach at Brighton and Windsor Castle

    London College of Fashion

    • 5 or 10 week summer program
    • Program focus is for Apparel, Merchandising and Design or Industrial Design majors


    University College Cork

    • 4 week summer program
    • Students take a history course and a literature course centered around a theme such as “Word, memory, and the making of Irish identity”
    • Includes activities like a theater visit and side trips to nearby towns such as Cobh

    Dublin Internship

    • 9 or 11 week summer program
    • Intern full time this summer in Ireland’s capital city, Dublin. The program is open to all, but works really well for students with required internships such as Criminal Justice, Journalism, and Public Relations. The internships are unpaid


    Summer Museum Internship

    • 8 week summer program
    • Program starts with classes to prepare for internship, followed by 4 weeks of a full time internship. The internship could take place anywhere in Scotland, including urban and rural settings, in museums and other historical places

    Glasgow Caledonian University

    • 3 week summer program

    Faculty Led Programs

    If you're looking to earn ISU credit, travel with other ISU students, and go on a shorter program, consider a faculty led study abroad program.