Sometimes making the decision to study abroad can be a very difficult choice. Among many other issues, you have to consider your graduation requirements, work and internship opportunities, and family and personal obligations. Program expense and funding continues to be one of the most common and significant hurdles to study abroad.
But did you know that about 74% of study abroad participants receive some sort of financial assistance?
There are many ways to help pay for study abroad and maximize the resources that are available to you. We recognize that not all students can afford to study abroad anywhere in the world, but the links below will help you identify a program that you CAN afford that also fits your interests and meets your academic needs.