Faculty-led off-campus study

We have a long history of offering unique, nationally recognized off-campus study programs for our students. Many Earlham faculty lead off-campus study programs during their careers, offering you a chance to travel, study and research alongside the same professors you work with in the classroom.

All of our off-campus study programs are open to students from any major, and students of all majors are encouraged to apply. We encourage you to discuss opportunities with your academic adviser early in your academic career and to visit the Center for Global and Career Education for detailed information about the opportunities available to you.

Find and apply for current programs through the Earlham Center for Global and Career Education.


Looking for a semester steeped in environmental and cultural studies? New Zealand’s unique biogeography and cultural dynamics make it an ideal location to examine the complexity and interrelatedness of environmental problems and challenges.


Earlham’s Tibetan Studies program offers you a chance to explore issues of global health, social justice and religion in Dharamsala, India—the home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Government in Exile of Tibet.

Take your education even further

Earlham offers numerous ways for you to amplify your education both in and out of the classroom. Learn more about how you can keep your journey going outside of the academic year through summer opportunities like Epic Advantage research, summer courses and internships.