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The Education Abroad Center provides students with opportunities to take courses for academic credit while traveling abroad. Please check out the EAC website for itinerary, courses, deadlines, and locations of programs currently offered in either East Asia or courses that fulfill the East Asian Studies degree. Please check with the East Asian Studies advisor for approval of courses taken abroad to be transferred for credit towards the East Asian Studies Major.
Links to the Education Abroad Center, the Education Abroad Program, the Quarter Abroad Program, the Summer Abroad Program, and information on programs for the EAS major.
- Education Abroad Center
- Education Abroad Program
- Quarter Abroad Program
- Summer Abroad Program
- Programs for the East Asian Studies Major
Education Abroad Program
The Education Abroad Program is comprised of UC system-wide programs that are often termed "immersion" because students live and study alongside local residents and other American UC students in a foreign university or academic institution partnering with EAP. Students will often need to speak the local language within and/or outside of the program, but some programs are offered in foreign countries where English is spoken in the academic setting even if the locals do not necessarily speak that language as their native tongue.
The Quarter Abroad Program is a faculty-led program taught by a UC Davis professor. These programs are taught for one quarter with other American students and therefore are not "immersion" programs since students are taught separately from local students of the host institution. Quarter Abroad programs are taught in English and/or the local language.
The Summer Abroad Program is a faculty-led program taught by a UC Davis professor. Summer Abroad programs are generally all taught in English and participants are in class with other American students. These programs are not "immersion" programs since students are taught separately from local students of the host institution.
*Course(s) not inclusive in East Asian Studies Program.