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UW-Stout's suggested programs are displayed in the top grouping, which include the starred faculty-led options. Many more programs are available through UW-Stout's affiliates, which are displayed in the expandable sections at the bottom of the page. CEA, API and ISEP are all affiliate organizations that UW-Stout works with. Click on a program name for more information, institution's homepage links, budget sheets and to apply.
You searched for Outgoing programs within any term, having (Faculty Led equal to 'Yes'), sorted by Program Country in ascending order.

UW-Stout 's Suggested Programs
UW-Stout 's Suggested Programs
Program Name City Country Region Save/Share
Natural History of the Neotropics Ladyville Belize Central America
Wine & Food Pairing - France Paris France Europe
Trends in Europe Paris France Europe
Wine & Food Pairing - France Bordeaux France Europe
Physiology of Disabilities Chimaltenango Guatemala Central America
Natural History of the Neotropics Tikal Guatemala Central America
Basel to Venice: Contemporary Art & Design Milan Italy Europe
Materials: Touching the Void Kyoto Japan Asia
Interculturalism and Commerce in Mexico Oaxaca Mexico Central America
ISEP Study Abroad & Internships Multiple - Worldwide Locations Multiple Multiple
Wine & Food Pairing - Spain Palma de Mallorca Spain Europe
Arts and Innovation: A Scandinavian Experience Stockholm Sweden Europe
Basel to Venice: Contemporary Art & Design Basel Switzerland Europe
Trends in Europe London United Kingdom Europe
Las Vegas MAGIC Tradeshow Las Vegas, NV United States North America
Virtual Reality & Historic Interiors in California Los Angeles, CA United States North America
Graphic Communications: A Study of Advanced Color Media Applications San Diego United States North America
Game Design Careers & the GDC Experience San Francisco, CA United States North America
Retail Study Tour in NYC New York City, NY United States North America

 Faculty-led Programs: Short-term winterm or summer programs. Stout students travel with a Stout professor and a small group of Stout students.