You can earn academic credit, fulfill major or minor requirements, experience hands-on learning and gain invaluable insights. With more than 100 study abroad programs in 40+ countries, Arts and Sciences students are going beyond traditional classrooms and laboratories to enhance their global perspective and understanding of the world they live in.
Skills you can gain
Just about any experience abroad will contribute to your “transferable skills,” the skills that are transferable to a wide variety of employment settings. Skills you can acquire during a study abroad include learning to communicate despite language barriers, enhanced appreciation for diversity and being adaptable in new cultures and environments – all of which will help you stand out to employers and grad school admission committees.