Study Abroad Opportunities
Nothing opens your eyes to the world around you like traveling.
Come explore your exciting options for studying abroad. We offer traditional semester-long programs at universities around the world, our unique Freshman Semester in London (Arts and Sciences) and Sophomore Experience Abroad (Business) programs in London, trips to the Olympics and FIFA World Cup for business students, as well as faculty-led short seminar trips in the summer.
The opportunity to both travel and study via a short trip or a semester can be a life-changing experience. It will leave you with a firsthand understanding of our increasingly global society, an appreciation for other cultures and their business and political institutions, and often with improved foreign language skills. International travel can make you a stronger candidate for graduate school and a more marketable employee for today's increasingly global workforce.
Got Your Passport?
Don’t forget to apply now for your passport to be ready to take advantage of these unique educational/travel opportunity.
More ways to broaden your knowledge of world business, politics, and cultures:
- The International Studies and International Business majors and Global Scholars program;
- International Breakfast Speaker Series which features presentations by international business executives;
- The Arthur and Rebecca Marshall Human Relations and Human Issues Lectures, which feature national and international journalists and religious leaders; and
- Lectures sponsored by the Center for International Sport Business.
Students must be in good academic standing to participate in study abroad opportunities. Students participating in year-long or semester-long study abroad programs must satisfy the the specific grade point average required by the foreign university they will be attending. To learn more, contact:
Dr. Josie Brown-Rose, Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Assistant Director of the Study Abroad Program
Dr. Saeed Ghahramani, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Director of the Study Abroad Program