- About The Experiment
- Program Preparation
All Experiment programs have a thematic focus. Current themes include language and cultural discovery, leadership development, and themes specifically focused on issues of critical global importance such as sustainability and the environment, and peace, politics, and human rights.
Summer 2015 Deadlines:
Admissions and financial aid application deadline for students applying for financial aid
Admissions application deadline for students not applying for financial aid.
Meeting us at an event is an excellent way to learn firsthand about Experiment programs and to address any questions you may have directly with an Experiment staff member or alumnus.
The Experiment in International Living provides 3-, 4-, and 5-week summer programs for high school students who want to connect deeply and engage meaningfully with the richness and complexities of another country. See all programs.
Programs equip students not only with essential cultural and, in many cases, language skills, but also with a deeper awareness of and sensitivity to global issues shaping the diverse communities and regions we visit. Students explore the host country through hands-on experiences in local communities and through the lens of a specific theme. Review program themes
Each Experiment group is accompanied by two trained adult leaders. Maximizing the safety and health of all participants is each group leader’s top priority.
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The Experiment has been providing immersive experiential learning programs abroad since 1932. Each year, students come away from an Experiment program with invaluable new skills, connections, awareness, and knowledge that helps them to thrive—and lead—in diverse, intercultural environments.