Graduate Study Abroad
There are many opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to integrate
an international education or study abroad experience with their undergraduate education.
Education Abroad offers a variety of study abroad opportunities for students and faculty in over 25 countries, these include: semester exchanges, dual degree programs, summer and short term programs, international internships, and service learning. Programs range from one week to one year and award academic credit. Education Abroad facilitates the incoming and outgoing exchange process and works closely with our international partner universities to develop new academic programming and exchanges.
The Education Abroad Office provides extensive planning assistance for both students and faculty program leaders, including pre-departure orientation sessions. The staff members have extensive experience in study abroad and are able to offer seasoned, insightful advising and information to anyone considering or planning a study abroad experience.
Study Abroad Programs
CBCS Study Abroad Scholarship
The College of Behavioral & Community Sciences is accepting applications for study abroad scholarships. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to CBCS students who want to participate in one of the Study Abroad programs offered by the college in summer or fall, 2016. For additional information, download the CBCS Study Abroad Scholarship Application below.