Queen's University

Queen's-Blyth Worldwide

Combining the academic excellence of Queen’s University with the unparalleled experience in study-abroad opportunities of Blyth Education. 

Earn Queen’s University credits during intensive short-term study-abroad programs in various locations around the world. Previous locations have included France, Italy, Spain, and Costa Rica.

Education takes on a new dimension through integrated experiential learning. Through Queen’s-Blyth Worldwide, you will learn from exceptional instructors who are passionate about what they do, and enhance your understanding of the world. Subjects of study include those in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences, with the historical and cultural aspects of each destination interspersed throughout the curricula.

Customized field studies — where courses move from the classroom into the world to allow for hands-on learning — are an integral component of each program. And smaller class sizes allow for more thoughtful discussions and critical debates, generating a deeper understanding of, and engagement with, the surrounding culture and environment.

Open your mind and ignite your curiosity beyond the boundaries of conventional learning. We invite you to think internationally; come experience the world with us.

  • [Instructor Darren Provost leads students through Florence, Italy, for the HIST 255 course, "Renaissance and Reformation Europe"]
    Instructor Darren Provost leads students through Florence, Italy, for the HIST 255 course, "Renaissance and Reformation Europe"
  • David Parker (in the orange shirt) leading a group, with the help of a local tour guide in Madrid, Spain, for the HIST 396 course "Topics in History: Spain and Spanish America 1492-1992"
    David Parker (in the orange shirt) leading a group, with the help of a local tour guide in Madrid, Spain, for the HIST 396 course "Topics in History: Spain and Spanish America 1492-1992"
  • [All roads lead to Rome]
    All roads lead to Rome
  • [A local expert helping students to examine the flora and fauna of Costa Rica]
    A local expert helping students to examine the flora and fauna of Costa Rica
  • [Students in Spain, deciding where to go next!]
    Students in Spain, deciding where to go next!
  • [Instructor Allison Fisher  and students examine artwork on location in Italy for ARTH 369, "Architecture of the Renaissance Period"]
    Instructor Allison Fisher and students examine artwork on location in Italy for ARTH 369, "Architecture of the Renaissance Period"
  • [Instructor Dan Layton-Matthews and students on location in Costa Rica for GEOL 106, "Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards"]
    Instructor Dan Layton-Matthews and students on location in Costa Rica for GEOL 106, "Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards"
  • [Students gaining valuable life experience from a community service learning project in Costa Rica]
    Students gaining valuable life experience from a community service learning project in Costa Rica
  • [Instructor Dan Layton-Matthews and students in Costa Rica for the GEOL 106 course, "Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards"]
    Instructor Dan Layton-Matthews and students in Costa Rica for the GEOL 106 course, "Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards"