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Portuguese Study Abroad

The following is a list of study abroad opportunities or other experiences abroad. Programs have varying minimum age requirements for children to participate. Find out if the program you are interested in is appropriate for your children. Some programs provide childcare for children who are too young to participate. The information for the program descriptions below was gathered from the program websites but offerings could change. Confirm program offerings before booking. This is a list of family study abroad programs that are available but is by no means an endorsement of these programs. Always check out the Department of State warnings before traveling abroad.

 

Family Study Abroad Opportunities

Amerispan
http://www.amerispan.com/
Amerispan offers a variety of study abroad programs including programs for families and teens. Check their website or contact them to see current program offerings.

IPSA (International Partners For Study Abroad) http://www.studyabroadinternational.com/
IPSA offers a variety of study abroad programs including programs for families and teens. Check their website or contact them to see current program offerings.

 

Study Abroad Opportunities for Teens

Amerispan
http://www.amerispan.com/
Amerispan offers a variety of study abroad programs for teens. Check their website or contact them to see current program

AYUSA
http://www.ayusa.org/
AYUSA offers high school abroad programs in a variety of countries. Check their website or contact them to see current program offerings.

CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange)
http://www.ciee.org/
CIEE offers high school abroad programs in a variety of countries. Check their website or contact them to see current program offerings.

EF (Education First)
http://www.ef.com/
Study abroad programs in a variety of countries for teenagers and adults (ages 16 and up). EF Tours (http://www.eftours.com/) will organize educational trips for school groups.

Youth for Understanding
http://www.yfu-usa.org
Youth for Understanding is a non-profit educational organization with study abroad programs in 64 countries.

 

Alternatives to Study Abroad

HomeExchange/Hospitality Exchange

To read more about Home Exchanges and Hospitality Exchanges read Home Exchange.

 

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