Four paths to education abroad.
Education abroad includes high-quality classroom learning and immersion
in a different culture. It's a life-changing academic adventure not to be missed,
as you'll see from the Letters Home and Stories Abroad
written by WSU students.
Faculty develop and operate education abroad programs specifically designed for
Washington State University students. Most are during the summer and range from
10 days to 8 weeks long, although there is a business program every spring and fall
semester, as well as other opportunities.
You have full immersion through enrollment at a foreign university for a semester
or a year. Exchanges are sponsored by WSU or the International Student Exchange Program
(ISEP). Space is limited.
Ranging from 2 weeks to 1 year and taking place in the summer, for a semester, or
for a full year all over the world, most are unpaid. Advantages include credit towards
your degree, availability of financial aid, and a wide variety of locations and subjects.
Study abroad providers
These programs are offered by outside organizations to create study opportunities during the summer, semester, or year. Most of these study-abroad programs offer admission on a first-come, first-served basis.
For full information, visit Education Abroad.
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