Study Abroad and International Experiences

Future Program

Please contact us to inquire about customized programs in other countries.

Current Programs

Each global experience has unique engagement opportunities with same overall goal to share, grow, and learn through each other.


Discover Brazil, a growing agriculture market with a tropical climate that allows for year-round production. Join us for visits to farms, government agencies/organizations, and agribusinesses.


Denmark has become a world leader in livestock production, specifically pork and dairy. Engage with farmers, agribusinesses, and organizations in this innovative country.


Haiti has many challenges and struggles, but the farmers and agriculture professionals that we engage with have hearts of gold. Engage with Haitians to improve agriculture production and efficiency sharing your talents while reflecting on practices at home.


One of the newest countries in the world Kosovo has a remarkable story. While agriculture has many struggles in Kosovo there are also many successes. Join us in the most pro American country in the world.


Share ideas, techniques, and practices in agricultural education with your counterparts in Malaysia. Grow as an educator and person with this unique opportunity.


Explore agriculture in Uganda by working with farmers to improve food security. You will have the opportunity to spend time on farms, experience a safari, conduct community training, and much more!

My experiences through the Global Agriculture Learning Center have made me realize how important it is to be knowledgeable about government and has driven me to learn more about the government in Iowa and how to get involved. —Kristi Mensen, Dyersville, IA

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Brad Kinsinger
Bremer Hall 111E
1501 East Orange Rd
P.O. Box 8015
Waterloo, IA 50704-8015

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