Study Abroad

Study abroad is a learning experience that takes place in another country where students earn credits towards their ISU degrees for academic coursework completed successfully.


Overview

Indiana State University's study abroad programs range from summer programs to a single semester or a full academic year in more than 56 countries. Study abroad can also include internships, field work as well as different types of experiential learning offered as part of the program.

Financial aid and scholarships that a student receives to study at Indiana State University can be used to study abroad. In addition, scholarships for study abroad programs are available through the University's Academic Programs Abroad Program.


Eligibility

ISU students are eligible for study abroad after completing 24 credit hours.


Further Information

For further information, visit Academic Programs Abroad.


Contact

Academic Programs Abroad
Indiana State University
Rhoads Hall Lounge
(812) 237-3427




Last updated: 29 July 2013



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Contact

Study Abroad
Indiana State University
Rhoads Hall Lounge
(812) 237-3427