More than high quality internships, and innovative custom programs NEXSTEP offers a comprehensive series of experiential learning opportunities including study abroad in Asia. NEXSTEP, where students access knowledge, skills, and values outside traditional academics, since 2008.
The services below are included every term for every student:
- Application & Visa guidance
- Pre-departure counseling
- Tuition and university fees paid
- Accommodations and utilities paid
- Heath & accident insurance provided
- Experienced local onsite staff to assist your transition
Cross Cultural Integration
- Mai Pen Rai (No Worries) Cultural Orientation & Immersion excursion (first week in Thailand)
- Included historical and cultural excursions
- Experience local festivals
- Volunteer in your community
- Dedicated local staff and buddy program
Volunteering with NEXSTEP CSR
- Mercy Center (HDF)
- Trash Hero Thailand
- Aspire Orphanage (Siem Reap)
- MUIC Volunteer Club
- Bangkok City Transportation Tour
- My New Thai home Salaya Tour
- City Escape Tour in Kanchanaburi Town WWII History, Erawan & Elephants in Thailand
- Ayutthaya Ancient City
- Island Experience Marine Eco-systems and Tourism
- Monks and Floating Markets
- Course selection advising
- Academic Counseling Service
- Tutoring services (included in your fee)
- Host University Transcript
- Academic Buddies
Personal & Professional Development (Alumni Community)
- Join our NEXSTEP Alumni Community where past and present students engage, share and support each other with the support of your local onsite staff
- Skills development workshops
- Business & Social Networking Events
- Meditation & Yoga for health and success
This experience was the best of my life and it could not have been so great if it weren’t for NEXSTEP.
– Riley Crocker, University of Texas Austin.
Without a doubt this experience will challenge you in ways you never thought it would, but when it’s all said and done you’re left with a once in a lifetime experience, fantastic new friends, and a new appreciation for culture.
– Ryan Nicole Hughley, University of Southern California.