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Academic Study Abroad Programmes

Our academic study abroad programmes are available year-round and are designed for students looking to travel abroad for educational and cultural immersion during school term time.

Working with our strong network of partner schools, we have the opportunity integrate students within high-quality schools, allowing students to naturally improve their language proficiency in an academic environment.

We offer both short and long-term placement academic study abroad programmes to schools in England and the USA. Short-term placements last for between 2-4 weeks and can be a great for students to experience what studying abroad would be like, if you are considering a longer term. Long-term placements can range between a semester and a full academic year, these placements are more ‘official’ and involve students’ being fully immersed as a student in another country.

Our Study Abroad Programmes:

Students are able to immerse themselves both academically and culturally. Available in England and USA.

Short-Term High School Immersion

2 to 4-week immersion programmes for students aged 12 to 17. Experience authentic school life in both England and the USA.

MyChoice students control where and what they wish to study - find out more!

Academic Year Placements

MyChoice placements is a long-term high school programme available in England, Ireland, USA and Germany for students aged 12 to 18.

Anglia Examinations operate worldwide, are internationally recognised and comparable against other EFL examination bodies such as Cambridge, TOEFL and IELTS.
Our English Language Courses are accredited by ABLS and Xplore has been inspected by ABLS, a UK Visa and Immigration approved body
We are partnered with Endsleigh Insurance to provide our customers with invaluable cover whilst you are with us. Our group policy has been specifically designed for Xplore activities and programmes.
Accredited the Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge for UK activity provision through the AAIAC.