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Students with giant tortoise Stevenson offers three types of study away options in 50 countries around the world in a variety of academic disciplines during the semester, Winterim, Spring Break, and Summer terms.

Current SU students can find a listing of study abroad program options linked from the SU Now Portal. Please see our list of Frequently Asked Questions.

SU Travel Courses

Travel courses are led by SU faculty and involve travel abroad or within the U.S. These courses are offered in a variety of content areas, and the travel component of these courses takes place in Winterim, Spring Break, or Summer. Locations and academic content vary each year.

SU Affiliate Programs

SU partners with several host universities and third party providers to offer a number of these affiliate programs in about 50 countries (including the U.S.). Programs are of varying lengths and terms. Semester and year options are charged SU tuition and fees (and room and board, if applicable), with institutional aid applied in one of three categories (100%, 50%, 0%). Winterim and Summer term students pay directly to provider.

"SU in" Programs

SU administered programs of varying lengths and terms. At present this option includes the SU in Italy program. Semester and year programs are charged SU tuition, fees, and housing, with institutional aid applied in one of three categories (100%, 50%, 0%). Winterim and Summer term students pay SU a specific fee based on program selected.

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Phone: 443-352-5433

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100 Campus Circle
Owings Mills, Maryland 21117

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