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Our students recognize the impact of their actions on communities at home and abroad.

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Our students enhance their potential and purpose as engaged scholars and globally conscious citizens.

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We strive to teach our students an awareness of the world and its complexity.

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We provide opportunities for students to learn from and contribute to local communities.

Antioch Education Abroad

Programs offered by AEA are open to students of Antioch University and students from colleges and universities across the United States.

Since 1956, AEA has offered globally engaged, field-based study abroad to students from across the country. Our programs combine cross-cultural immersion and rigorous coursework with intensive forms of experiential learning—independent field research projects, service learning, or arts apprenticeships—embedded within local communities abroad in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe.

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Programs offered by AEA are open to students of Antioch University and students from colleges and universities across the United States.

Since 1956, AEA has offered globally engaged, field-based study abroad to students from across the country. Our programs combine cross-cultural immersion and rigorous coursework with intensive forms of experiential learning—independent field research projects, service learning, or arts apprenticeships—embedded within local communities abroad in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe.

In the last five years (2008-2013) AEA has enrolled students from over 140 partner institutions throughout the US. For a complete list of colleges and universities that send students on AEA programs, contact us. In fulfillment of the Mission of Antioch University, Antioch Education Abroad provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.

AEA is included in Antioch University’s academic governance system and is led by the Director of AEA. Full-time AEA and designated AU faculty comprise AEA’s Academic Council, which oversees the curriculum of all AEA programs and the assessment of student learning outcomes.

Antioch University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in Chicago (230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604; http://www.ncahlc.org) and is authorized by the Ohio Board of Regents.

Download Application Instructions and Forms here:

Application Deadlines

We strongly recommend that students visit the study abroad office on their home campus as soon as possible as they may have earlier deadlines for study abroad.

  • March 15: India, Germany (Fall / Full-Year)
  • March 15: Brazil Priority Application Deadline
  • March 30: WGSE, West Africa, Japan
  • April 15: Brazil Final Application Deadline
  • October 15: Germany (Spring)
  • October 30: Cameroon, Argentina

Though some programs accept applications on a space-available basis after the deadline, we recommend that students wishing to apply begin planning as early as possible since space is limited. Early acceptance may be available upon request.

AEA faculty and staff include:

Staff

Kelly Brannan Trail, MEd

Luisa Bieri Rios, MA

Nicole Sauer, MA

Patricia Redway

Faculty

Nicholas Hockin, ABD

Suzanne Kolb, PhD

C. Robert Pryor, MAT

Iveta Jusova, PhD

George Klonos, PhD

Agorbechem Peter Tambi, PhD

Maria Dulce Henriquez Acosta, Lic

Antioch Education Abroad, Antioch University
900 Dayton Street
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
aea@antioch.edu (937) 769-1015 or (800) 874-7986 Fax: (937) 769-1019
Our office is open Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm EST.

If you are calling after hours regarding an emergency situation that requires immediate attention, please call our 24 hour emergency line at 937-769-1017.

Contact AEA with any questions or to request more information on Program Curriculum, Admissions, Costs, or Scholarships.