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Semester Study Abroad Program
Find Your Voyage

Semester at Sea study abroad programs offer a truly global experience each fall and spring. All of our voyages on the MV World Odyssey are 100+ days, explore at least 10 countries and 4 continents, and allow students to earn 12-15 academic credits from Colorado State University.

Explore the transformative upcoming fall and spring programs below, and check out some of past itineraries dating back to 2012!

Fall 2019: Canals and The Atlantic

Current Voyage
106 Days, 11 Countries, 12 Cities, 4 Continents

Exploring countries in Europe, Africa, South & Central America, and transiting the Kiel Canal and the Panama Canal, this program gives participants a truly global study abroad experience on our floating campus!

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Students     Lifelong Learners

Spring 2020: A Voyage of Discovery

106 Days, 11 Countries, 13 Cities, 4 Continents

**The Spring 2020 Voyage is currently waitlisted, however, we are still accepting applications in anticipation of student cancels. Apply now for the Spring 2020 waitlist, or consider the Fall 2020 voyage.

Visiting North America, Asia, Africa, and Europe, this program gives participants a truly global comparative experience as the ship journeys through various cultures around the world.

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Students     Lifelong Learners

Fall 2020: Europe, Africa, and Asia

105 Days, 10 Countries, 12 Cities, 3 Continents

Exploring countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia, this program gives participants a truly global study abroad experience on our floating campus!

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Students     Lifelong Learners

Spring 2021: Asia, Africa, South America, and Europe

106 Days, 12 Countries, 12 Cities, 4 Continents

Exploring countries in Asia, Africa, South America, and Europe, this program gives participants a truly global study abroad experience on our floating campus!

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Students     Lifelong Learners

Past Voyages

See past program destinations, course offerings and more – from Semester at Sea’s archives, dating back to 2012.

View Past Voyages