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Videos

  • Virtual Ship Tour: Staying Fit on the MV World Odyssey

    Curious to know more about the MV World Odyssey and life at sea? Join Erica, Semester at Sea Regional Director of University Relations for the Central Plains states, as she […]

  • State of the Institute Q&A session

    Last week, ISE President and CEO Dr. Scott Marshall provided an update to alumni, friends, and prospective voyagers about the status of Semester at Sea, the importance of our mission, […]

  • State of the Institute

    President and CEO Dr. Scott Marshall (Faculty, Spring 2017) presents additional perspectives about the status of Semester at Sea, the importance of our mission, difficult decisions recently made by leadership, […]

  • A Message to the Semester at Sea Community

    More than anything, Semester at Sea is a community, during the voyage and long after. Because of the intense interest from alumni and friends of the program about how Semester […]

  • Shipboard Traditions Explained: What is Neptune Day?

    Some shipboard traditions may not make sense unless you’ve sailed with Semester at Sea. Take Neptune Day, for instance. Do you have to shave your head? And what are these pollywogs […]

  • Vlog: 10 Pieces of Advice for Your First Week on Semester at Sea

      Ever wondered how to make the most of your first week on Semester at Sea? Fall 2018 Voyager Sierra Leavenworth of Elon University is here to help! As students […]

  • Spring 2018 End of Voyage Video

      Take a moment to appreciate the Spring 2018 End of Voyage Video, featuring a portion UWC Maastricht student Joelle Powe’s heart-warming and moving convocation speech. A full transcript of Powe’s […]

  • Shipboard Community and Creativity in “Another Day at Sea”

    For Fall 2017 Voyager Mollie Rubin, a semester sailing around the world with a group of highly talented shipmates served not only as an opportunity for academic and cultural exploration, […]

  • Interport students share their perspectives on India

    Indian interport students help prepare voyagers for India from Semester at Sea on Vimeo. Interport students Taruna Sudhakar and Prtihvi Narayan Srinivasa shared their local perspective with students before they […]

  • Spring 2018 Voyage: By the Numbers

    A Few More Facts About the 124th Voyage of Semester at Sea: Total Student Enrollment: 536 Gender: 415 Female Voyagers and 121 Male Voyagers. United States and International Representation: 89% students are […]

  • Origami and Temples in Kyoto

    For Fall 2017 voyagers, traditions were brought to life during the “Origami and Temples in Kyoto” field program. They got in touch with their spiritual side visiting multiple temples, including […]

  • Life Along the Mekong Delta Homestay Field Program

    The Mekong Delta River could very well be deemed the “lifeblood” of south-western Vietnam. Citizens of the Mekong Delta region not only rely on the river for resources and transportation […]

  • Ho Chi Minh: What’s In a Name?

    For Dr. Pamela Hollie’s International Mass Communications course, the classroom came to life during their field class in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. “We learned a lot about Ho Chi […]

  • Alumni Highlight: Postcards from Forever Ago

    “I was sitting in the library one day and I just decided ‘I need to get out of here’,” William DeSena (Spring 2014) said. Desena was attending the University of […]

  • A day in the life of a Fall 2017 Voyager

    In case you missed it on our social media channels, catch a glimpse into what a day in the life of a Semester at Sea Voyager looks like! From sunrise […]


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