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Students will observe and study the world's larges population of free-ranging mega fauna and visit traditional Tanzanian cultures while confronting issues of traditional economies, land ethics, wildlife conservation, subsistence, over-population and exploitation.
Learn about Byzantine, Greek, Roman, and Islamic cultures through mathematics, engineering, and architecture.
Students will learn the biology of the tropics in Ecuador, a country with immense biological diversity.
ISEP participants develop intercultural competence and personal maturity through immersion in another culture.
Gain the skills needed to study, volunteer, intern, teach, travel or work in an international context.
Study Astronomy in Tahiti where Polynesian people made many contributions in early history.
Explore Ecuador's Andes Mountains, Amazon Basin, and Galapagos Islands to experience the beauty and diversity that inspired Darwin.
Explore the intersection between biology and the people and culture of the Western Alps in this unique summer study abroad opportunity.
Through the Irish American Scholars Program, St. Ambrose can nominate three students to study abroad at one of four universities in Northern Ireland for the fall semester.