University and College Partnerships

We partner with universities around the world to provide students with leading cultural preparation materials.

Enroll Your Students in Our Course At No Cost

For a limited period, CulutraGo is allowing universities to offer our courses at no charge. Our sign-up process is designed to get you up and running fast, with minimum hassle and maximum benefit. CulturaGo is striving to make impact and take on learner feedback, in our desire to make the best courses possible. We also understand that this is something new for the University Exchange market, so we’re dropping as many barriers as we can.

Simple steps

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Call

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Schedule a call with our founders to hear all about our courses, their benefits to your students, enrollment processes, and our partnership program.

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Promote

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Receive your partner content pack and use the customized material to promote our courses.

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Begin

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We recognize it’s important to provide tailored advice that speaks to your specific identity.

Why promote CulturaGo courses?

Save time and resources

Developing cultural orientations requires time, manpower, and money. Plus, if your organization sends students to a variety of different countries, you will need multiple guidance packs that are optimized for each destination. This is exactly where our cultural preparation courses come in.

Be a front-runner

Up until now, there has been an absence of in-depth cultural resources for students traveling abroad. We are leading the way by providing the first country-specific, comprehensive, and culture-focused courses, specifically designed for students preparing to study overseas. Become an early adopter and join us in our innovation.

High quality content all in one place

Our multi-media interactive courses offer an alternative, more engaging way to learn than by reading a textbook. All of the course content is detailed, accurate, and easily accessible on our user-friendly platform, and students can track their progress throughout the lessons and modules.

Support students with diverse identities

Help make international travel more accessible to students who have been historically underrepresented in this sphere. Our Identity-Based modules explore how race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, disability, and heritage-seeking affect a student’s experience overseas including first-hand accounts, tips, advice, and interviews.

Uphold your reputation

We all make the odd faux pas while abroad: it’s inevitable. While most mistakes are innocent and no damage is done, the fact remains: students represent your institution abroad, and their behavior and attitude matter. Sending students into a new society with a disregard for the local culture will reflect poorly on your University.

Why promote CulturaGo courses?

Save time and resources

Developing cultural orientations requires time, manpower, and money. Plus, if your organization sends students to a variety of different countries, you will need multiple guidance packs that are optimized for each destination. This is exactly where our cultural preparation courses come in.

Be a front-runner

Up until now, there has been an absence of in-depth cultural resources for students traveling abroad. We are leading the way by providing the first country-specific, comprehensive, and culture-focused courses, specifically designed for students preparing to study overseas. Become an early adopter and join us in our innovation.

High quality content all in one place

Our multi-media interactive courses offer an alternative, more engaging way to learn than by reading a textbook. All of the course content is detailed, accurate, and easily accessible on our user-friendly platform, and students can track their progress throughout the lessons and modules.

Support students with diverse identities

Help make international travel more accessible to students who have been historically underrepresented in this sphere. Our Identity-Based modules explore how race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, disability, and heritage-seeking affect a student’s experience overseas including first-hand accounts, tips, advice, and interviews.

Uphold your reputation

We all make the odd faux pas while abroad: it’s inevitable. While most mistakes are innocent and no damage is done, the fact remains: students represent your institution abroad, and their behavior and attitude matter. Sending students into a new society with a disregard for the local culture will reflect poorly on your University.

Enroll in a course

Choose a destination to begin your journey through culture.

Discover Spanish Culture

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Welcome to the vibrant world of Spain, famous for its rich cultural heritage that has been cultivated over millennia.

ENROLL

Discover Korean Culture

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Enter the fascinating realm of Korean culture and discover ancient concepts like chaemyoun and hahn that influence societal expectations.

ENROLL

Discover Japanese Culture

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The intricacies of Japanese culture are revealed in our in-depth course which covers core ideas like pragmatism, Menboku and Kenminsei.

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What do our courses provide for participants?

Specific advice

If your university only offers general advice to students, you are far from alone. While better than nothing, general advice can [negative repercussions of generalizing cultural advice]. Each of our courses focuses on one country only etc etc

Better chance of success

When you leave it up to students to do their own detailed research on their destination country, their fate is in their hands. The outcome of their time abroad may rest upon their motivation levels months prior to departure. Adding a CulturaGo course to the syllabus will remove the risk of students making no cultural preparation.

Reassurance and confidence

Arriving in a foreign country can be overwhelming for any student for a multitude of reasons: the language, food, and mannerisms are all alien. If the student is visiting an urban or rural area for the first time, this magnifies the situation. Knowing what to expect, from the etiquette to the local transport systems, takes some pressure off of them during their arrival.

What do our courses provide for participants?

Specific advice

If your university only offers general advice to students, you are far from alone. While better than nothing, general advice can [negative repercussions of generalizing cultural advice]. Each of our courses focuses on one country only etc etc

Better chance of success

When you leave it up to students to do their own detailed research on their destination country, their fate is in their hands. The outcome of their time abroad may rest upon their motivation levels months prior to departure. Adding a CulturaGo course to the syllabus will remove the risk of students making no cultural preparation.

Reassurance and confidence

Arriving in a foreign country can be overwhelming for any student for a multitude of reasons: the language, food, and mannerisms are all alien. If the student is visiting an urban or rural area for the first time, this magnifies the situation. Knowing what to expect, from the etiquette to the local transport systems, takes some pressure off of them during their arrival.