Study Abroad in St. John
St. John (Spanish: San Juan ; Dutch: Sint Hans; French: Saint-Jean ; Danish: Sankt Jan) is an island in the Caribbean Sea and a constituent district of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), an unincorporated territory of the United States. St. John is located about four miles east of Saint Thomas, the location of the territory's capital, Charlotte Amalie, and four miles southwest of Tortola, part of the British Virgin Islands. It is 50.8 km² (19.61 sq mi) in area with a population of 4,170 (2010 census). Because there are no airports on St. John, the only access to the island is by boat. The ferry service runs hourly from St. Thomas and daily from Tortola; regular ferries also operate from Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada. Approximately 60% of the island is protected as Virgin Islands National Park.
Below you will find our list of Study Abroad and Internship programs in St. John, Virgin Islands (US) . It is an index to international education in St. John listing university level study abroad, internships, volunteer and intensive language school programs oriented to American college and university students. Some pre-college and post-graduate options are also included. We invite you to read the student reviews, see the ratings scores and use this site to compare programs and understand what other students have encountered during their education abroad.
Study Abroad in St. John - Featured Programs
Connect the dots...Trace the lasting effects of past human impacts on the present. You will shape your understanding of the diverse Caribbe...
Start any Monday and study from two weeks to a whole year. See the world, experience a new culture, make friends from 100 countries – and prepare for your global future. University Credit is available available for all Intensive Courses at EF.
Study Abroad in St. John - All Programs
This winter intersession course, BIO 504 Introduction to Tropical Ecology in US Virgin Islands in US Virgin Islands, is led and taught by Dr. Lisa Manne from CSI’s Biology...