Broadreach’s summer study abroad programs for college students combine the finest elements of experiential learning, traditional classroom learning, and service learning with international travel and cultural exchange to create extraordinary expeditions. Since 1993, Broadreach has taken over 14,000 students on summer adventure learning programs in more than 40 countries. Each summer, we take our students out of the classroom and into the real world to learn.
Our study abroad programs span the globe with summer adventure travel in to some of the world’s most incredible destinations — South Africa, Fiji, Costa Rica, Ecuador, the islands of the Caribbean, Honduras, Belize, Mexico, and Canada.
This summer, trade four walls of the classroom for the real world. Cultivate global perspective by experiencing cultures and circumstances different than your own. Gather first-hand knowledge by conducting research alongside professionals in the field. Discover personal growth and academic success in a summer you’ll never forget.
During the past twenty years, Broadreach has taken more than 14,000 students on accredited study abroad programs to over 40 countries. Make the most of this summer by earning college credit as you trek across the globe, exploring extraordinary destinations and fascinating topics through hands-on instruction, field research and service learning.
Support the Broadreach Foundation! The Broadreach Foundation seeks to expand opportunities for motivated young adults to travel, volunteer and study abroad during a pivotal time in their lives. Visit the foundation website to learn more about financial aid opportunities and how you can help support the foundation. >
Caribbean Sailing & Leadership: Master new skills, bond with your fellow shipmates and become a leader than aboard a 50-foot yacht in the Caribbean. Learn sailing and navigation skills as you cover 500 nautical miles and sail past 15 Caribbean islands. Are you ready to take charge of your own adventure? >
Caribbean Tropical Marine Biology A hands-on live-aboard voyage through the Leeward Islands. It’s a 44-foot floating classroom, lab + home. Discover thriving reefs + diverse ecosystems. Learn oceanography + marine ecology. Even dive a sunken vessel. Plus, collect vital data for the REEF Fish Survey Project. >