Intensive Courses Abroad

Goucher students have unique opportunities to study abroad on Intensive Courses Abroad (ICAs) led by Goucher faculty. Many of these intensive living-learning experiences are preceded by a weekly precourse, allowing students and faculty to engage in in-depth study of the topic and region. Three-week ICAs are offered during the January break or summer (usually May-June), and usually run in alternate years. All ICAs fulfill Goucher's study abroad requirement.

Winter 2018 Intensive Courses Abroad

Application deadline for the following Winter ICAs was March 24, 2017.

Arts, Music & Culture in Bali

Community Development in Ghana

SP 120, SP 130 or SP 299 in Nicaragua

Previous Intensive Courses Abroad

Please note: Not all ICA programs run every year. Some are offered every other year and some are only offered once. If a program interests you, please contact the Office of International Studies for more information about when the program will run.

Summer 2017 Intensive Courses Abroad

Winter 2017 Intensive Courses Abroad


Summer 2016 Intensive Courses Abroad


Winter 2016 Intensive Courses Abroad


Summer 2015 Intensive Courses Abroad


Winter 2015 Intensive Courses Abroad


 

Important Information

For important dates, see the Deadlines and Events page. Students must attend Study Abroad 101 session for Short-Term Programs at OIS and meet with a ICA Faculty Leader during an ICA Information Session or individually before their application is considered complete. For dates and times to attend Study Abroad 101 sessions please click here

Students must also submit a $50 application fee by cash or check to the Exploration Hub front desk by the application deadline. Any late payments will be assessed a $50 late fee by OIS. Approximately one month after the ICA application deadline, students are required to pay a $500 non-refundable confirmation deposit.

Click here to access the slides used during Study Abroad 101 for Short-Term Programs. 

Forms

Once accepted into your ICA program, please complete our Health History Form (PDF) and submit to the Office of International Studies.