Brazil: Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Parana
Although comparatively small in geographical size, Paraná plays a considerably important economic role within Brazil. The citizens of its capital city enjoy on average the highest standard of living in all of Brazil. A safe and relatively inexpensive region, Paraná is bordered by a beautiful coastline to the east, and the world famous Iguaçu Falls to the West. PUCPR is one of the universities in Brazil.
Chile: Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
In Chile, NC State students will study at the Viña del Mar Campus, located at the top of a hill with a great view of the Pacific Ocean and the city. UAI is a highly regarded university located in a safe city next to Valparaiso, an artistic city with colorful houses among the hills.
China: Fudan University
Fudan University consists of 28 schools and departments, with seventy undergraduate disciplines. Fudan is located in Shanghai, on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean, the east of China’s mainland. Shanghai boasts a convenient transportation system and as well as geographical advantages that make Shanghai a nice harbor city.
Denmark: University of Copenhagen
Copenhagen is the largest city in Scandinavia with a population of over 1.5 million and is the capital of Denmark. The city has a rich history and is the commercial, cultural and administrative center of Denmark today. A cosmopolitan city, Copenhagen is very safe, with many pedestrian streets, beautiful squares and narrow lanes.
Egypt: The American University in Cairo
Founded in 1919, AUC is a leading English-language, American-accredited university. The university offers English-language based academic programs in a vast multitude of fields, and offers students the opportunity to experience the rich culture of the Middle Eastern region. Students can choose courses in humanities, social sciences, Arabic language, and more.
France: Université Catholique de Lille
With a population of over one million people, Lille is a cultural, economic, and historic center of northeastern France only one hour from Paris by train. Université Catholique de Lille offers academic programs including textiles, economics and international business, biology, chemistry, medicine, literature, history, political science, communications, and engineering.
Ireland: University College Cork
University College Cork was founded in 1849 and the beautiful gothic stone buildings which form its center date from that period. Today the university has over 13,000 students studying in eight schools. The university is located in Cork, a modern city of 200,000 located at the head of Cork Harbour. Cork is the commercial and cultural center for southern Ireland.
Italy: Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
The Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore's main campus in Milan is an integral part of the local community, surrounded by bustling streets full of cafes, restaurants and shops. A magnificent 18th century monastery is the centerpiece of campus. The Milan campus offers many programs and courses in English. Students with advanced Italian skills looking for a more complete immersion should also consider the Piacenza campus.
Japan: Sophia University
Located in Japan's capital city, Tokyo, Sophia University is a private international institution, Sophia has about 12,000 Japanese and international students. Coursework in English is available through the Faculty of Comparative Culture. Students may take Japanese language classes at all levels and choose from extensive English-language offerings in the humanities. Course work in other departments is possible for students with fluent command of Japanese.