Crossing Oceans to Move Mountains
AERS student studies abroad in Denmark
Study abroad and make the world your classroom. Whether it’s a professor-led study tour or a semester abroad, you’ll gain new skills, experiences and friends. Study abroad opportunities have taken our students to destinations such as Australia, Ireland, India, Mexico, Peru, Sweden and Taiwan.
To learn more about CALS' study abroad and international programs contact Robert Haggerty, director of international programs, at email@example.com or 208-885-6681.
Review our examples of previous study abroad trips to get an idea of what is available.
You may also visit the University of Idaho International Programs Office, a valuable resource for information regarding international issues, travel and studying abroad, as well as helping foreign students who study at the University of Idaho.
“The tequila plant was an interesting place where they teach you how tequila is made from a plant called agave, all the way to the finished product of the tequila that you get to sample at the end."
“Practice your Spanish, enjoy the warm weather and authentic food, as well as tour various agriculture sectors and learn about Mexico's important role in our agriculture. You will also have the opportunity to visit and learn about the University Autonoma de Guadalajara, our sister college."
“From sipping tea in a teahouse at the top of a mountain to eating cobra in a local night market, there were so many amazing experiences on the trip to Taiwan I will never forget! My time in Taiwan was amazing, and I would recommend a short-term study abroad trip to any student.”
“At a government-run village school, I attempted to investigate agricultural education, but quickly found out that such an idea is somewhat of a joke in rural, or urban, India. The school is very basic; students sit on the floor and study from books made of printer and newspaper. The children were very curious and attempted communication through something like Pictionary.”