Gain a new perspective in another country
If you’re ready to take your learning to the next level, consider signing up for a study abroad program within The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Our programs are designed to complement your studies in a global context. You’ll navigate new landscapes, discover new cultures, learn new languages and gain real-world experience – all great skills for your resume. You’ll also develop personally as you make friends, boost your confidence and test the limits of your comfort zone. From studying the human dimensions of sustainability in Australia to experiencing Italian language and culture in Italy, you’ll gain a newfound global perspective and appreciation for traditions outside your own. Studying abroad will transform you into a global citizen who’s eager to change the world. So pack your bags!
From attending a study abroad information session to choosing a program and making an appointment with an international coordinator, the ASU Study Abroad Office has everything you need to know about studying abroad. Learn more.
Once you understand your program’s expenses, attend a Financing Your Study Abroad Workshop hosted by the ASU Study Abroad Office. You’ll discover all the funding options available to you and how to apply. Learn more.
Apply for a program
The ASU Study Abroad Office facilitates the application process for all programs. From starting your application to completing the application requirements, here’s all the steps for applying to study abroad. Learn more.
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Study abroad changes lives
In addition to reaping various academic and professional benefits, you’ll develop yourself personally as you make friends, boost your confidence and test the limits of your comfort zone. When you partake in international travel and study, every day becomes an adventure.
Many participants agree that study abroad is one of the best collegiate experiences for students who want to learn about themselves in a global context and become an agent of social change. Make the world your classroom.