Center for International Education

Study Abroad

100+

programs

30+

countries

Studying abroad pays off

You can choose a program with international internships, service-learning, connections to your major — or not. Wherever you go, expect to boost your self-confidence, adaptability, and cross-cultural competency skills. In addition, a recent survey by IES Abroad (International Education of Students), finds that students who studied abroad experienced:

  • increased hireability - read alum Rob Faulds' experience
  • jobs secured more quickly after graduation
  • higher starting salaries
  • higher grad school acceptance rate

SPARK Grant

Freshmen, sophomore and transfer students: See if a SPARK Grant could help you go abroad through a SPARK-eligible program