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Study Abroad

Semester & Exchange Programs

Amsterdam Scholarship Exchange
The Office of the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs awards six full-tuition scholarships, for either a full-year or semester of study at the University of Amsterdam.  Three of the full-tuition scholarships are reserved for Zarb School of Business students. University of Amsterdam programs include European history and culture, humanities, social sciences, languages, and business. 

China Exchange
Explore Chinese geography, history, language, culture and society in the world’s largest and fasting growing economy first hand. Programs are offered at  Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU), Xi’an, China and  Beijing Normal University (BNU), Beijing, China

European Odyssey
During the spring semester the Global Studies and Geography Department offers an exciting 10-week interdisciplinary program, the European Odyssey, to all undergraduate students. The program visits France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Slovenia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. Participants examine historical and contemporary issues in these countries.

France Exchange
Kedge Business School was created from the merger of BEM-Bordeaux Management School and Marseille-based Euromed Management, two leading French business schools with triple EFMD-EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB International accreditations. Kedge ranked third of France's post baccalaureate schools with four-year programs and is committed to creating new modes of teaching and personal development, and promoting responsible management practices.

With triple accreditation from AACSB International, AMBA and EFMD-EQUIS, Groupe Sup de Co Montpellier Business School attracts more than 300 international students each year. Financial Times ranked Montpellier in the top 50 in its listing of Best International Master's Programs.

Germany Exchange
Hochschule Bremen (HSB), the largest university of applied sciences in the smallest German federal state, is rich in tradition. Established in 1799, the university is committed to innovation and internationalization and embodies excellence in applied and practice-oriented teaching and research. Bremen, Germany's oldest coastal city, is second only to Hamburg among German ports. 

Northeast India
In Spring semester 2017 the Religion department is offering a semester long study abroad program in Northeast organized around the themes of gender, health, and sustainability. What makes this program unique is the way it combines study and travel with experiential internships.

South Korea Exchange
Grab at the opportunity to spend one semester or one year abroad in South Korea at Changwon National University.  The program resides in Changwon City, the capital of Gyeongnam province which has a population of over a million people. 

An exchange program is also available at Korea University Business School (KUBS).Ranked first in Korea and seventh in Asia, KUBS is the first business school in Korea accredited both by AACSB International and EFMD-EQUIS.

Spain Exchange
Founded in 1499, the Universitat de Valencia (UV) is one of the oldest universities in Spain. It ranks fourth of all Spanish institutions on the Shanghai Ranking. For more than 500 years, the university has grown into a modern, global institution and a leader in the application of new technologies. UV is considered one of the top five scientific centers in Spain. The University is located in Valencia, the third largest city in Spain. Situated on the Mediterranean Sea, the city is rich in culture and history and famous for its sandy beaches and mild climate.

United Kingdom Exchange  
The University of Hertfordshire (UH) is an entrepreneurial university offering excellence in teaching and research, with a student community of over 27,500, including more than 2,000 international students from over 85 countries. The Times Higher Education ranked Hertfordshire as one of the world's top 100 universities under 50 years old. The University of Hertfordshire is located in Hatfield in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, just 20 minutes by train from London's King's Cross Station.