Transcending intellectual boundaries and reimagining academic norms, Lang enables you to enrich your education with global engagement within and outside of the classroom. Reimagine your own education with a study abroad program for a semester or a summer.
We provide opportunities for diverse study abroad experiences around the world.
Students can begin to think about study abroad in their freshman year and are encouraged to contact study abroad advising early in their studies to discuss their goals and plan for study abroad. Learning more about study abroad and deciding whether to
apply and where to study are an important part of your sophomore year. As you focus your academic interests, consider incorporating study abroad into your academic journey. In the second semester (before completing 60 credits), sophomores are expected
to declare a major. As a sophomore, you will meet with the departmental faculty advisor for your declared major and continue consulting your Student Success advisor. Discussing your intention to study abroad during your consultations with them will
provide valuable guidance.
Below is an overview of some of the types of programs that are available. Please visit Study Abroad or contact [email protected] for more information on programs and how to apply. Also read about funding and scholarship resources for studying abroad, and be sure to follow Narwhal Nation Study Abroad to learn about upcoming study abroad events, information sessions, and activities on campus. Study abroad policies can be found on the Policy and Procedures page.