Gain a dynamic perspective by studying abroad.The Study Abroad Program at Stevenson University provides an educational experience that engages you in your personal, social, and intellectual growth by providing opportunities to explore and learn while studying outside the United States. During this experience, you will foster understanding, appreciation, and respect for diversity. You will broaden your horizons by increasing your ability to live fully and successfully in a dynamic global community.
The University's core values of learning, community, integrity, and excellence are enhanced by immersion in another culture. Study Abroad directly enhances Stevenson’s mission to graduate students with the competence and confidence needed to address creatively the opportunities and problems facing their communities, the nation, and the world.
Plan Your Experience
The Office of International & Off-Campus Study is well-equipped to provide you with any information you might need to assist in planning your abroad experience. At Stevenson, we encourage academic exploration because we believe it allows you to hone your skills and identify your strengths.
From the moment you arrive at Stevenson, you'll have access to comprehensive resources to help integrate a study abroad experience into your time at SU. The Office of International & Off-Campus Study works collaboratively with your academic department to make sure you stay on track while studying abroad so that all academic requirements are met for graduation.
We know that there can be multiple parties involved in participating in a study abroad program. We have streamlined the process to help make it easier for you to maximize your experience.
Thinking of studying abroad during your time at SU? We've got everything you need right here. We're happy to answer any questions you may have.
At Stevenson University, we believe that it is important to explore other cultures and ways of life.
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