Educational Travel Opportunities

Educational Travel Opportunities

Enrich your education. Expand your horizons.

Explore the world outside the Booth University College classroom by combining travel with your education. Live an adventure in a new country and gain a cross-cultural experience as you study and earn course credits. off-campus and study abroad programs

Our students benefit from a great travel partnership with through Booth University College’s affiliation with the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities. Students have many off-campus and study abroad programs to choose from: Los Angeles Film Studies Centre, Oxford Scholars’ Semester or Summer Programme, Southeastern China at Xiamen University, and many more. Explore them all at


Currently Booth University College’s Bachelor of Arts in Behavioural Sciences, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and Bachelor of Business Administration programs offer an educational travel option:

Bachelor of Behavioural Sciences and Bachelor of Psychology degree programs: Open Travel Opportunity
Booth University College’s Behavioural Sciences and Psychology bachelor degree programs offer a unique travel option that is open to all of its students in any year of their program. Students would take PSY 315: Sociocultural Psychology and Educational Travel. While the location for the next trip has yet to be determined, the previous trip brought faculty and students to London, England, where they took in such attractions as Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London, and the Globe Theatre. For more information, please contact the head of our behavioural sciences and psychology programs, Dr. James Cresswell.

Bachelor of Business Administration degree program: Fourth Year Travel Opportunity:
Booth University College’s business administration bachelor degree program’s travel opportunity is open to the program’s fourth year students. The previous trip was to New York and Chicago, capturing highlights such as the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, and the Chicago Board of Trade – the world’s oldest futures and options exchange. Next up – Cuba! Students who take BUS499 Cuba’s Business and Economic: Past, Present and Future have the option of going on a week-long trip to Cuba (travel fees above the regular course cost). Focus areas of the course include: economics, politics, trade/business environment including agriculture, culture, transportation, health care and education.

For more information, please contact the head of our business program, Professor Angela Davis.


Booth University College is an associate school of Jerusalem University College. As an associate school, our students are eligible to take short courses or entire semester abroad programs at JUC in Jerusalem for credit toward the completion of their Booth University College degree program. Visit Jerusalem University College to explore their offerings. If you have questions, or would like more information on this opportunity, please contact

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