Types of programs

NC State offers programs during the academic year, semester, spring break and summer terms. Students may also complete independent studies or do graduate research abroad. If students can’t find an NC State program that fits their needs, they also have the option to participate on study abroad programs offered by third-party affiliates.

After reviewing the types of programs, check out the different ways to find a program.

Group programs

Students study and participate in activities with other study abroad students. The program cost is fixed and typically includes tuition, housing, and health insurance. Benefits include programs tailored for American students abroad with increased student support services.
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At NC State Prague, students earn NC State credits from a diverse selection of courses. Students take classes with other NC State students, taught by European faculty.
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Summer, Spring Break and Short-term programs

Group programs

Most short-term programs are led by an NC State faculty member and students go abroad with other NC State students. Programs typically are 3-6 weeks long. Group program benefits include unique programs tailored to the location and discipline of the faculty member. Programs may include site-visits, research projects, and/or fieldwork.
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At NC State Prague, students earn NC State credits from a diverse selection of courses. Students take classes with other NC State students, taught by European faculty.
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