It's time to take your education a little further with Continuing Education's GO LEARN program. Our mission is to combine education with a vacation to facilitate deeper connections between travelers and the communities they visit through unique and authentic experience.
Our edu-vacations allow you to explore the world with hand-selected U of U faculty who are experts at bringing local and international destinations to life. As you travel with GO LEARN, you'll be immersed into an exciting new culture with like-minded travelers who share your passion for exploration.
April 27–May 5, 2016
Immerse yourself in the heart of Tuscany, the cradle of Italy's soul, and access the core via food, wine, and tales from the locals.
Learn the secrets of Tuscan cuisine »
June 13–25, 2016
Set sail with us on an Aegean odyssey exploring Greece's iconic islands! Our journey will take us from the Acropolis to sailing to quaint villages as we uncover the mysteries of this amazing land.
Sail the Greek Isles with Go Learn!
June 27–July 9, 2016
Come with us and share the color and the beauty of Maya culture, past and present. Explore Maya art, architecture, ritual life, and mythology, climb a pyramid, and feel the rainforest.
Immerse yourself in the Maya culture!
July 11–22, 2016
Experience the adventure of Scotland, filled with culture, history, architecture, whisky, and festivals.
Go and taste Scotland!
October 6–15, 2016
We have the magic spell to get you in to see Harry Potter's next adventure! Plus, we'll see more plays, visit the sights with custom guides, and take a trip up to Oxford as well.
Come and 'play' in London!
October 9–20, 2016
Join us for a mythical odyssey around the Mediterranean's most intriguing island.
Marvel at Sicily's myths
October 21–30, 2016
You'll never forget your journey to this (to us) mysterious island. We'll explore the streets of Havana, see how those legendary cigars are made, and mingle with local artists and musicians.
Unveil Cuba »
Come travel with us and U Can Go Learn.
... the day we topped a hill at noontime and the land fell away in a panorama ... gazing on fields of blood red poppies, as far as the eye could see, blooming in the sun even to the reaches of an ancient church where the Camino winded, and the three of us—mother, father and daughter—hugged on the roadside with heartfelt joy, this after the hard ride. We sipped wine and broke bread in the cloister marked by the cross of St. James. It was good, this life.
Michael G., Spain 2013 participant
Traveling with Tim Slover and Jane England was like having local experts to guide us. Whether it was standing on the lawn outside Parliament, in front of a painting at the National Gallery, in the Grecian room at the British Museum or on the tube en route to Othello, when Tim spoke to brief us even the Brits gathered around to listen.
George S., London 2013 participant