4.9 - 4 Reviews

National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)


National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) is a program provider offering 10 abroad programs. Programs offered include Study Abroad abroad programs in 7 countries such as United States, India, Multi-Region, and Argentina.

NOLS is a nonprofit global wilderness school that seeks to help you step forward boldly as a leader.

We believe that anyone can be a leader; it’s our role to provide the environment and training to help you discover your full potential. We do that in classrooms close to home and in remote wilderness areas around the world.

We’re an organization with heart, expertise, and wildness, and these qualities help us support powerful, authentic experiences.

Study Abroad with National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)

Based on 4 Reviews
Overall Experience
June 21, 2024
Past Review The Craziest And Best Experience Of My Life That I Will Never Forget! National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS): Fall Semester in the Amazon

"I learned more about myself then I have ever known. I learned how to work well with others and great leadership skills for both small and large groups. I learned outdoor skills, environmental studies, biology, ecology, and more!"

Western Washington University
Past Review Learning In Completely Unexpected Ways; The Greatest Experience Of My Life National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS): Semester in India

"i learned how to look outside my bubble, be more objective about myself, and issues that are really worth paying attention to"

Ithaca College
Past Review Nols Changes How You Look At Modern Society National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS): Semester in Patagonia

"NOLS showed me that you don't need so many things in your life to survive."

Western Washington University
Past Review National Outdoor Leadership School, New Zealand Branch I Will Never Forget It. National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS): Semester in New Zealand

"There could not be enough space for me to answer this question fully. It was an amazing experience, where I made lasting memories, and learned things about myself that I might never have known. I would not have changed it for anything. This is not to say that it was fun all the time -- far from it. But, the hardships and cha..."

Ithaca College