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International Education

Ever thought about traveling to Greece or to Italy? Now's your chance! John Tyler Community College and Reynolds Community College are sponsoring study abroad trips that will take students to Greece or to Italy during summer 2017.

Greece Trip

Classes are held at John Tyler Community College.

HIS 243 The Ancient World 
3 credit hours (history, social science or transfer elective credit)

ENG 257 Mythology
3 credit hours (literature, humanities or transfer elective credit)

HUM 241 Interdisciplinary Principles of the Humanities: Topics in Greek Culture
3 credit hours (humanities or transfer elective credit)

Learn more:

Greece trip flier
Greece trip full itinerary

For additional information about the Greece trip, contact Dr. David Head at 804-594-1485 or

Italy Trip

Travel to Venice, Florence, Rome, and Sorrento immersing yourself in the romance of the culture. Experience unique destinations including La Fenice Opera House in Venice, the newly opened Vassari Corridor in the Uffizi, and the paleo-Christian catacombs in Naples, as well as the Venice Biennale Art Exhibit, Verona Opera, and San Gimignano Musica Festival.

Classes are held at Reynolds Community College, Parham Road Campus.

ENG 295: The American Romantics in Italy
3 credit hours (literature or transfer elective credit)

Learn more about the Italy trip on

For additional information about the Italy trip, contact Dr. Jane Rosecrans at (804)523-5599 or

Why Study Abroad?

Studying abroad transforms the way you look at the world and yourself.  For more than a decade, John Tyler Community College has organized international education trips to places such as Greece, France, Vietnam, Italy, England, Scotland, Ghana and Peru.

The courses we've covered have been just as diverse. Students have earned college credit in nursing, Spanish, philosophy, theatre, information technology, history, English, art and more, all while immersing themselves in the communities and cultures they visit.  

Whether you choose to participate in one or all of the courses covered during a particular trip, you will be welcome to participate in all planned activities.

Learn more about past trips, funding your trip and passports/safety.  


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