Whether you want to experience another culture, explore a new academic subject, engage in a service project, or catch up on credits to graduate on time, short-term study away programs have an opportunity for you. Typically offered during Winter J Term and Summer Session, URI offers a variety of programs to explore.
URI Faculty-Led Programs
Faculty-led programs (FLPs) are URI academic courses taught off-campus in the U.S. and around the world by URI faculty and staff. On average, programs are 2.5 weeks in length, with approximately 10-14 students on each program. These academic courses are open to URI and non-URI students, and course topics and locations can vary each year.
Upcoming URI Faculty-Led Programs
Additional Short-Term Programs
Short-term education abroad programs organized by a third-party provider offer additional opportunities to develop global skills while pursuing life-changing experiences and acquiring hands-on knowledge in your field of study. When you search through URIAbroad, you can find detailed information in our system about the third-party providers that offer short-term programs. Fees vary according to the program providers.
Search for URI Faculty-Led and other short-term program options in URIAbroad.
Office of International Education and National Student Exchange
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm EST
37 Lower College Road, Kingston, RI, 02881
To schedule an appointment, log into Starfish, search for International Education and National Student Exchange and select the advisor based on your college.