- Outgoing Study Abroad & Exchange Students
- Incoming exchange students
- S&T Faculty led programs
- Meet your S&T coordinator
Where will you go?
There are many reasons to study abroad. Past participants have said that experiencing a new culture helped them define their academic and career goals, taught them about living and working independently, learnt a foreign language, and even taught them more about themselves. Employers tell us that study abroad gives applicants an edge in the hiring processes. Here are a few nuts and bolts about S&T study abroad:
- Programs in more than 120 destinations
- Courses in every major
- Courses in English or in the host country language
- With proper planning, study abroad will not delay your graduation
- With good budget planning, studying abroad won’t break the bank
- We here to help you every step of the way!
So, where do I start?
We suggest that you start by attending a study abroad info session. If you missed them, you could start with reviewing the following pages:
- Getting started with study abroad
- Things to keep in mind when deciding to study abroad
- See the different program options
- Search/Browse programs
- Finance study abroad
- Health and safety considerations
- How to apply
Couldn’t find the information you were looking for? Let us know and we will get back with you as soon as possible. Welcome to study abroad!
Do employers value international experience?
Employers report that graduates with international experience exceed other job candidates in almost every transferable skill that hiring managers are looking for. At the IIE Summit on Generation Study Abroad, Ruth Ferguson—Head of Human Resources for Global Corporate and Investment Banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch—stressed the importance of articulating these skills gained through study abroad in job interviews. Listen to her advice on how to talk about study abroad in an interview.
Source: Institute of International Education