My college supposidley offers a good study abroad program. The cost is relativley the same, they make most of the arrangements for you, and credits transfer over. From what I've heard, it's as easy as filling out some paperwork, and then attending the other college. I've been interested about doing it since before my first day of classes my freshman year, and would love to spend my last year or 2 elsewhere. Not only would it give me a chance to get out of this hell also known as the middle of Missouri, it would give me a chance to see another country's way of life (although I don't think Canada is that much different than the US) The reason I'm thinking Canada over somewhere else, is, I don't have to learn a new language (well, I wouldn't in England either, but read on) and it's someplace close enough to home (reasonable driving distance, no paying out the ass for international flights home) and someplace where I can take my car with me, yet far away enough from the hellhole where I currently am. The thing is, I have no idea where the hell to go if I was to do this. My major is Information Science and Technology (info about what it covers here) and I don't know what colleges in Canada offer a good IT program and where they're located. And I don't want a city where I'll freeze my arse off year round, and relativley close to the US border. And one more question, are terms up there the same? Like is a Bachelor of Science degree called the same thing north of the border? Do you guys call them credit hours, or something different? This is just something I should probably know as I research this. Oh, I guess I should clarify, I'm looking for a 4 year university. College and University seem to be interchangeable in the US, but from the 30 seconds I spent poking around the internet, they don't seem to be the same up there.