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Study Abroad Programs

There is no one way to choose a program. Different factors will take priority depending on who you are and what sort of goals you have. There will likely be several programs that fit most of your criteria, but perhaps not one program that meets all of them. It is important to know what priorities are most important to you.

Keep in mind that Education Abroad has two main sectors: study abroad and intern abroad. Education Abroad is the general term used to reference going abroad for academic credit. Study abroad involves taking classes, while interning abroad means you’re working for an organization. This section is for study abroad.

In selecting your program, give careful attention not only to such factors as location, length, or language of instruction but also to the type of academic experience the program will provide.

All Education Abroad and Affiliated programs are specifically designed to ensure that participants will:
  • expand their knowledge through multiple academic perspectives
  • gain awareness and appreciation of their host cultures and deepen awareness of their own culture
  • identify and communicate the impact of their experience abroad personally, academically, and professionally
  • become more self-reliant and self-aware
  • navigate differences more effectively
Siena, Italy
Siena, Italy
Madrid, Spain
Madrid, Spain
San Juan, Puerto Rico Paris, France
London, England Capetown, South Africa
Dublin, Ireland