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Field Study Programs

"The Paris to Pau Field Study allowed me to immerse myself into a different culture for a short period of time, opening my eyes to differences in traditions, government policies, and food. I am thankful for the opportunity and have gained new skills that will help propel me in the future" 

Field Study programs emphasize hands-on experiences and active engagement with the program location and local experts. They are led by Rollins faculty, are 1-3 weeks, and usually worth 2-4 credits. Costs range from $3000-$6000 and students can apply for partial need-based scholarships through International Programs. Awards range from $500-$2500. Scholarships post to the Student Account in late January (for programs in Dec., Jan. and March) and late May (for summer programs). 

To provide access to these programs for as many students as possible, students who received funding from Rollins for a Field Study or Summer Approved program will generally not receive funding for a second Field Study/Summer Program. Students who received funding from Rollins for a semester program, may still receive funding for Field Study/Summer, but award amount may be impacted.

For more information or to discuss a specific program, click here to email or click here to schedule an advising session.

Winter Field Studies

Winter Field Studies

  • BUS 390F: Brazil - Culture, Society, and Business
  • BUS 295F: France - Paris to Pau - Business Boot Camp 
  • ENV 365F: Costa Rica - Environment & Development in Central America
Spring Break Field Studies

Spring Break Field Studies

  • ENG 221/331F: South Africa - Literature and Culture
  • rFLA 300: Northern Ireland - Communication, Culture and Conflict
  • rFLA 300: Poland - Learning and Teaching about the Holocaust
  • INT 283F: UK - Lively Arts in London
  • Service Immersion: Trinidad and Tobago

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Summer 2024 Field Studies

Summer 2024 Field Studies

  • BIO 250F: Dominican Republic - Expedition Biology
  • BIO 388F: Maine - Marine Biology Laboratory
  • BUS 395F: Ghana - Cultural and Business Treasures
  • CHM 100F: South Korea - Science Tech Engineering & Math Culture
  • ENV 353F: Costa Rica - National Parks and Protected Areas
  • HIS 314F: Singapore: Multi-Cultural Society in the 21st Century
  • POL 206F: Tanzania - Community Development and Ecotourism
  • PSY 395F: Vienna/UK - Freud and Frankl - Vienna and the Birthplace of Psychotherapy
  • MPH 546F: Switzerland - Global Public Health (HOLT ONLY)

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First-Year Field Study

First-Year Field Study

Experience the incredible biodiversity and stunning landscapes of “the Switzerland of the Americas.” See what it means to be a world leader in both environmental protection and sustainable development. Find out why Costa Rica was recently named the "Happiest place on Earth" by the New Economics Foundation.

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