Check Out API's New Maymester Options!
API's 5 new Maymester programs are a great fit for any student looking to get the jump on a fantastic summer! Whether you want to learn about Italian film in Rome, shadow a health sciences professional in Costa Rica, or exploring the volcanic origin and rich marine life in Syracuse, API has something to suit most students.
Featuring a 36-hour supervised shadowing experience within the Costa Rican healthcare system, this program is ideal for students in pre-health majors or tracks ranging from Nursing to Dentistry to Physical Therapy to Sports Medicine to Nutrition
Maymester students can take courses in marine biology and environmental science, health and nutrition, immigration studies, and even volcanology! Syracuse offers a unique opportunity to study volcanology in Sicily including field trips to sites including the Sicily's active volcano - Mt. Etna.
Maymester students will take one course from a variety of fields including hospitality and tourism, diplomacy and political studies, and international business. Dubrovnik’s unique diplomatic and economic history makes it the perfect location to pursue the study of international affairs.
Students who choose to study abroad in Rome with API at Lorenzo de’ Medici – the Italian International Institute (LdM) for a Maymester will take a course covering Italian film. This course offers students a unique lens in which to study Italian culture from its origins to the present day through the medium of film.
Ideal for Engineering, Science or Math majors, this intensive three-week program offers Engineering, Math, and many Science majors the option to take one of their core course requirements, Differential Equations, in beautiful Seville, Spain at the historic Universidad de Sevilla - in English! This program allows students who want to get ahead in their major requirements over the summer, have a lighter course load their prior Spring semester, or even for those who might have fallen behind, the chance to do so in Spain, with NO prior Spanish knowledge necessary.