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Why Study in Europe with CES?

The Center for European Studies sponsors two dynamic programs in Europe. Students can gain hands on experience while learning about the history, politics, and institutions of the European Union in UF in Brussels. Or instead, students can explore central Europe, and study the cultural and political history of Prague, the Czech Republic, and Eastern Europe in UF in Prague.

Need more reasons?

  • Earn capstone credit toward the EU Studies minor
  • Take a language course toward the East-Central European Studies minor
  • Receive UF GPA credit in UF faculty taught courses
  • Satisfy the UF 9-credit summer residency requirement with 6-credit hours abroad in Europe
  • CLAS students can receiveinternational Gen Ed credit for coursework in Europe

Check out the CES programs below to learn more!

CES Sponsored Programs

UF in Brussels

Spend the summer in the ‘capital’ of Europe learning about the European Union while having the opportunity to visit EU institutions such as the European Commission, European Parliament, and the Council of the European Union. Interested in interning while abroad? UF in Brussels offers a competitive internships program through our host university, Vesalius College.

Dates: Summer 2021 TBD

UF in Prague

Travel to the heart of Europe and travel back in history while walking through the streets of Prague. The program offers students a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the history and culture that define the city and country more broadly. Prague will serve as part of the classroom as students explore Czech museums, architecture, and historical neighborhoods in their coursework and excursions.

Dates: No Program in Summer 2021

CES Affiliated Programs

UF in Salzburg

Offering a Music, European Studies, or Business track, the Salzburg program provides a wide range of courses for students to select, from the music of Beethoven to Contemporary Austrian Business Culture. The program is open to all majors, and students in music, history, economics, and history can receive major credit.

Join US

Join the CES listserv to receive updates on CES study abroad programs and upcoming info sessions. You can also contact CES Academic Programs Coordinator, Corinne Tomasi (, with any questions or to arrange a meeting to discuss the programs.


Corinne Tomasi
Academic Programs Coordinator
3324 Turlington Hall
(352) 294-7144