SCHWÄBISCH GMÜND, GERMANY: PHSG offers outstanding educational programs to more than 2,300 students. Set upon a hilltop just outside the town of Schwabisch Gmund, PHSG is just a short bus ride to the city centre which offers students a very warm and culturally rich atmosphere. This medieval town has several architectural treasures, museums, shopping centers and cafes.
The University of Cape Coast is one of the leading universities which offers a wide-range of course options. Students will be fully immersed in regular university classes and will live in on-campus housing with Ghanaian students. The University is located just west of Cape Coast on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Guinea. Students will be within walking distance to the beautiful beaches, and near some of the most significant cultural and historical sites in Ghana.
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY: L Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales dAngers (ESSCA) is one of the leading state accredited business schools at both the undergraduate and graduate level. In addition to the Budapest campus, ESSCA runs campuses in Paris and Angers, France. ESSCA Hungary is situated in the heart of the city of Budapest, close to the metro, tramway, buses, shopping, restaurants, and cafes
TOKYO, JAPAN: International Christian University (ICU) is a result of cooperation between the Japanese and North American educators dating back to 1949. ICU is known for its high quality education and international commitment. This program is designed for students interested in Japanese language, although, previous study of Japanese language is not required.
BEPPU, JAPAN: Discover Japan and the Asia Pacific while improving your Japanese language skills! Founded in 2000 in Beppu, Japan, APU's primary mission is to foster international understanding by bringing together future leaders from countries and regions throughout the world.
PUEBLA, MEXICO: The Universidad de las Americas (UDLA) in Puebla with more than 65 years of tradition, offers academic programs that answer the present and future needs of todays world. The University has excellent library facilities and the latest technology in order to enhance teaching and research.
OSLO, NORWAY: The University of Oslo is Norways largest and oldest institution of higher education. It was founded in 1811 when Norway was still under Danish rule. Today, the University of Oslo has approximately 28,000 students and 4,600 employees.
CRACOW, POLAND: The Cracow University of Economics (CUE) was established in 1925, shortly after Poland had regained its independence after World War I. Since then, Cracow University of Economics has become a well-respected institution of higher education. GVSU and CUE (formerly known as the Academy of Economics) have mutually benefited from international cooperation through an exchange that started in 1975.