Want to spend a semester taking classes in Tokyo, Japan? How about London? Or Ireland? Or maybe take an internship in Costa Rica?
Lakeland offers students amazing short-and-long-term study abroad experiences. Lakeland students study or play intercollegiate sports in 14 countries around the world.
Studying abroad is an amazing way to see the world, to push your own boundaries by immersing yourself in a different culture and gain skills needed to land a job in today's global marketplace.
And, our students can study abroad and still graduate in four years!
Never traveled outside the United States? Have no fear. Lakeland provides a customized approach to help students plan for each trip, including developing a checklist for your plans and an orientation for the country you plan to visit.
Interested in other destinations than the ones listed below? We can work with you to help set up a study opportunity almost anywhere in the world!
Spend a semester studying at Lakeland's campus in the heart of Tokyo. Classes are taught in English, and students can earn credits toward their degree and pay Lakeland tuition.
Another option in Tokyo, Japan, for students studying hospitality management, international studies or management, and information systems.
The University of Luxembourg
A variety of programs are offered for this opportunity in this tiny country in central Europe. Luxembourg is one of Europe's top cities for safety, and students have easy access to many European adventures.
Dublin Institute of Technology
This is an amazing opportunity for hospitality management majors to study at one of Europe's top school for this major. Students will work in internships and have European travel opportunities.
Offered through the Foundation for International Education, students will take coursework and serve an internship in one of the world's most diverse cities. Students live on FIE's Kensington campus and have access to all of Europe at their fingertips.
Explore the ecology in a lowland tropical rainforest. Design, conduct and present a research project.
Learn chemistry, the history of fermentation, and biotechnology.