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Study Abroad

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Hollins Abroad

Hollins Abroad-London

Offering fall and spring semesters, a London Theatre Semester, and summer internship opportunities.

Open to Hollins students and men and women at other colleges and universities.

Hollins applies your study abroad credits to financial aid and graduation requirements.

Hollins Abroad-Paris

Two study tracks, one for French majors and one for non-French majors. Advanced French students can also enroll at Parisian universities.

Open to Hollins students and men and women at other colleges and universities.

“My term on Hollins Abroad-Paris was an experience I would not trade for any other. The faculty members were great, the classes all very interesting, and I could not have had a better experience with my French hosts. The program far exceeded my expectations.”

Benjamin Smith
Wake Forest University

Affiliated Programs

Partnerships

Learn about our association with other universities’ abroad programs.

Italy, Greece, Ireland, Ghana, and many more. See what waits for you in another world.

Field Studies

Science students receive hands-on experience at our international sites.

Students with the prestigious School for Field Studies take classes, live, and eat at field stations found on every continent.

Other Opportunities

January Term

Each January we offer a variety of travel/study courses. Our students have traveled to Germany, Greece, Italy, Turkey, and St. John, to name a few.

 

 

“We did research even before we got to St. John. I liked the balance between having a really fun group and professors who were there to make this experience the best possible.”
Rory Keeley

Jamaica Cultural Immersion Program

Spend spring break experiencing the Jamaican culture and participating in service projects.

Hollins’ mini Peace Corps project in Jamaica has been in existence since 1988.

“I think what really amazes me about the Jamaica Cultural Immersion Program is the exchange. You are learning something more about the Jamaican culture and they are open to learning about your culture.”
Chanice Holmes