An international experience like study abroad is considered an important tool for your future career, especially if you'll be working with people from other cultures.
Studying abroad while in college is one of the best decisions you’ll ever make.
The experience of living and studying outside the United States will enhance your life in many ways while you earn academic credits for the semester.
Top Reasons to Study Abroad
In addition to classroom learning, you will:
- experience personal growth by discovering new strengths and abilities
- develop leadership skills
- learn another language, if you choose a non-English-speaking destination
- expand your world view
- develop cultural competency by getting to know another culture firsthand
- gain a new perspective on your own country
- gain a career advantage -- most employers value a globalized education
How Do I Get Started?
First, contact the International Student/Study Abroad Office. We will provide information and guidance about the best study abroad locations to consider based on your academic major and interests. We will explain the application process, including health insurance and eligibility requirements.
Study abroad programs include semester-long, summer, or shorter faculty-led trips. We will also advise you about program costs and the availability of financial aid.
For more information, please contact Laryssa Petryshyn at (716) 829-8119 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are welcome to apply for admission as early as you would like and we will keep your application on file until we begin reviewing applications for the term you are interested in.
Spring Semester: November 15
Summer Semester: March 1
Fall Semester: April 15
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