The Education Abroad Network (TEAN): Thailand - Summer in Chiang Mai
Dive into Thai culture and the colorful world of Southeast Asia by living and studying for the summer in Chiang Mai, one of Thailand’s most charming and culturally rich cities. While studying your choice of Southeast Asian-related courses focusing... read more
I gained a strong sense of self while abroad. I had to depend on myself to, in many senses of the word, navigate Chiang Mai and I'm better for it. I learned a lot about what really matters to me as a human being and what I need to be successful in this world. Nora DeMilta - Baldwin-Wallace University View Entire Review
I learned more about myself as a person and about the world that I live in. I gained experience outside of my comfort zone and came back a more motivated, inspired, and open hearted person. I wouldn't trade my time in Thailand for the world! A student - Western Washington University View Entire Review
Studying abroad introduced me to a whole new group of people. I was able to study their culture and how this impacts daily life, while also experiencing how western culture impacts their life. I made new friends, who I really miss. I can't wait to go back in two years! A student - University of Florida View Entire Review
It was worthwhile, I learned a lot about Thailand both from an outsider's point of view and a citizen's point of view. The entire experience was a whirlwind of self discovery and character development. Vanda M - University of Kentucky View Entire Review
From my experience, I learned a lot about myself, gained a greater sense of independence/confidence, and gained an even greater appreciation for the cultural diversity around the world. I also had the opportunity to meet and form friendships with a lot of amazing people, eat delicious Thai food everyday, and see how truly beaut... A student - University of San Francisco View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself and how I should take a different perspective about the world. Global awareness is very important in society and we need to be mindful of other cultures, customs and traditions. This experience was worthwhile. I would never have been able to have this experience happen to me and I have met people tha... Chaunda W - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh View Entire Review
Yes! This was one of the most important things I chose to do during my undergraduate studies. Southeast Asia is an often overlooked area of the world, but it is one of the most interesting. Home to several emerging economies, some monarchies and democracies, and sandwiched between India and China, studying in any country in S... David H - Birmingham-Southern College View Entire Review
I learned to go with the flow, a lot about Thai culture and art that I wasn't exposed to in my previous learning experiences, and a ton of great new food to eat! It was 100% worthwhile for me to travel by myself and be exposed to a new place and people to mature and prepare myself for life after college. A student - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was more than worthwhile! I gained a better insight into the global landscape and was able to spend time in a culture that is very different than my own. Through this, I believe that I am a more well rounded person and can tackle any issue that comes my way with a global perspective in mind. Monea Kerr - Western Washington University View Entire Review
I learned that the world is a lot bigger than my backyard, and opportunities are endless as long as I'm brave enough to explore. The trip was worth every penny, I will never forget it. Chrissy B - Georgia State University View Entire Review
I learned new cultural knowledge and I have gained many new friends. Jillian C - University of New Hampshire View Entire Review
I learned so much about the culture, and about myself. This program taught me time management and dealing with different people. I also learned to appreciate the life I have and would go back in a heartbeat. It was so worth all the time and effort to go. A student - University of New Hampshire View Entire Review
I learned so much about Thai culture and people in general as well as human rights in Southeast Asia which as the class I took. I had so many amazing experiences outside the classroom and learned in the classroom as well. We took an excursion to the border of Myanmar which gave me a lot of perspective on things. It was absolute... Lauren B - Simmons College View Entire Review
Dive into Thai culture and the colorful world of Southeast Asia by living and studying for the summer in Chiang Mai, one of Thailand’s most charming and culturally rich cities. While studying your choice of Southeast Asian-related courses focusing on a range of topics including Buddhism, human rights and more, you’ll receive not only interesting coursework and instruction but a unique perspective and understanding of the region. Combine that with living with a local Thai student and relevant field trips that bring your courses to life and you’re sure to have one incredible summer abroad.
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Asian Studies
- East Asian Studies
- Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
- International Relations
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The Education Abroad Network (TEAN) Scholarships
The Education Abroad Network Full Ride Scholarship is designed to give a stand-out student the opportunity to study abroad. Studying abroad is a personal journey and the winning applicant will show us not only the journey they’ve been on to arrive at this point, but also the journey they envision studying abroad will entail. The scholarship can be used for any Summer or Fall 2018 TEAN program and covers tuition, program fees, orientation and housing (up to $26,000 value).
Up to $26,000 USD
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