Our diverse and flexible virtual program offerings provide unique credit-bearing cultural opportunities to study with a global university. Choose between short-term options, take one course next semester or dive into a full semester of courses with opportunities for internships and service learning as well. Many programs have opportunities for immersive language learning, but there are also a wide-range of courses available in subjects for all majors. We also offer remote internships from 10-40 hours a week for professional experience working for companies around the globe.
Virtual Service Learning
Virtual Service Learning in Barcelona
Make a difference in local communities through non-profit organizations based in Barcelona and enhance your resume from wherever you are with ISEP’s Virtual Service Learning Program. Learn about Spanish culture and social issues in Barcelona while gaining intercultural competence and remote work skills, which are critical in today’s global world.
Virtual International Internships
The Intern Group Virtual Internships
Part-time or full-time internships in your chosen field wherever you are. With programs starting every week of the year beginning June 22, and flexible options ranging from 4-12 weeks for 10, 20, 30 and 40 hours a week, you can get international work experience in any career field on your schedule through our global network of 3,000+ leading companies. TIG’s internship program also includes in-depth career competency training and access to an exclusive keynote speaker series with real-time Q and A.
NCP Funding is available for eligible Australian students! 11 grants x $3,800 AUD are available for TIG Internships in Bangkok, Seoul, or Tokyo; 10-24 weeks in length.
Virtual Study Programs
Pacific Worlds (Virtual Flexi Course) | University of the South Pacific, Fiji
What does it mean to be a Pacific Islander or citizen of Oceania today and in the future to you? This generic interdisciplinary course aims to develop Pacific consciousness and sustainability thinking, and introduces you to the places, histories, cultures, arts, and politics of Oceania. Specific issues include migration patterns; colonial and post-colonial contexts; Pacific understandings of cultural and natural heritage and conflict over these resources; and future issues and challenges for the region. Navigating through specific issues and contexts related to Pacific histories, current realities and future aspirations of the region, students will develop self and collective awareness, demonstrate teamwork, and engage in critical and creative thinking.