Study Abroad Program Types

Faculty-led Programs
Faculty-supervised Internships
Exchange Programs
Other University/Third-party Programs or Direct Enrollment

Things to Consider

What matters most? Think about what is most important to you for study abroad. This can include the following: courses, cost, location, timing, level of support, accommodations or extracurricular opportunities.

What are your goals for study abroad? Usually student goals incorporate the following aspects: travel, experience a different culture, earn academic credit, gain a new perspective in studies, complete major or minor requirements, learn a new language, make international contacts and many more. You should take ALL of your goals into consideration because it will help you narrow down the options.

Last Updated: May 14, 2012