Study Abroad

Creating Systems to Save Lives and Improve Communities


2 Weeks can change your life

Have you been searching for an intense study of the logistics behind working in development, or within comparative studies related to emergency response?

ERSLA has developed all inclusive visits in Nicaragua to gain in-depth knowledge of several topics related to emergency response and rural development projects.

If you, or your group are interested in learning more about rural development, comparative health studies of health care in developed vs. developing countries, we can arrange a customized visit consisting of ten to twenty visitors.

ERSLA will arrange travel, food, lodging and meetings in-country to assure you and your group receive the best information possible while visiting Nicaragua.

What is the process in participating or creating a study abroad?

Contact us for more information:

If you are a group coordinator

Email us at info@erlsa.org with dates and ideas for your visit.

An ERSLA representative will contact you and develop a sample schedule.
A quote will then be developed based on activities and delivered as a per person/ per day price.
A deposit will be required within 6 weeks prior to visit.
Pre departure information will be delivered to distribute with your group
Experience of a lifetime will begin.

If you are an individual

Email us at info@ersla.org through which we can connect you with study abroad groups planning to attend within your available time frame.


Volunteer

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If you would like to travel with a purpose, experience new and exciting cultures along with seeing parts of the World that are rarely visited, consider Nicaragua.

Internship

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ERSLA offers customized internship packages to suit the requirements of your university program. Our programs are designed to maximize your visit in the way that suits your lifestyle.

Study Abroad

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Have you been searching for an intense study of the logistics behind working in development, or within comparative studies related to emergency response?