Santa Fe College International Education
See the World...Study the World
International Studies at Santa Fe College will assist you in gaining fun and rewarding international experience. You can participate in programs that are offered all over the world and earn credit while in another country on a program led by SF faculty during the Summer or Spring Break.
Students can also consider doing an internship abroad that could transfer as “experiential learning” credit, or doing an “individual study” while abroad. International Studies staff can direct you to funding sources, explain how you can earn credit in another country, and give other support.
Preparing our college community to understand the interconnectedness of peoples and cultures; to accept and work within a world of different cultures, values, and attitudes; and to appreciate global diversity.
To organize study abroad programs, lectures, discussion groups, student groups, faculty professional development activities, and events that support the development of intercultural competencies of Santa Fe students. Intercultural Competence is considered as holding the following competencies:
- Communicate effectively in another language
- Demonstrate the ability to think critically about international issues and concepts
- Demonstrate an understanding of cultures, traditions, states, global perspectives, and/or regions beyond the borders of the United States of America.
Community College Administrator Program grants (CCAP)
The Community College Administrator Program with Indonesia is a six-week program of study for Indonesian officials with higher education planning responsibilities and administrators from post-secondary vocational and technical institutions in Indonesia. Conducted by the Florida State University and Santa Fe College, the exchange will consist of a one-week Executive Dialogue and a five-week Community College Seminar.