For Every Student, There Is Study Abroad.
In today’s interconnected world, students who enter the workforce having had a strong global experience hold a significant advantage over their competition. Rutgers helps expand students’ global education through our 180 study abroad and service-learning abroad programs. With scholarship offerings and opportunities in every world region regardless of major, study abroad is an option for every Rutgers student, not just a select few.
Applications for summer, fall, and academic year programs are due on March 1. Applications for winter and spring programs are due on October 1.
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For all majors and backgrounds—no matter your likes or dislikes, your hobbies, what music you listen to, or your favorite foods— there’s a study abroad program that’s just right for you.
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Did you know that there are also a number of scholarship and funding opportunities available at any given time for any student?
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Study abroad can be one of the most transformative experiences of your life. But don't just take it from us—read and watch these Rutgers student stories and see for yourself.
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Resources for Parents
Does study abroad affect grades? What kinds of emergency protocols are in place? Is it more expensive? Find out answers to these questions and more.
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Resources for Faculty
Would you like to propose a study abroad program, or make an international destination part of your curriculum? Or, would you like one of our representatives to talk to your class about study abroad?
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Where should you go abroad? How do you pay for the program? Which scholarships are right for you? Rutgers study abroad advisers can help you answer these questions and more.
Access the World Initiative
Rutgers Global–Study Abroad seeks to ensure that every Rutgers student has access to opportunities for global learning which are academically rigorous, degree-relevant, culturally transformative, and empower students for impact in local and global communities.
That's why we are excited to announce our new Access the World Initiative!
Depending on where you choose to study abroad, you may find the cost comparable or even more affordable than staying at Rutgers University for a semester.
In this clip from episode 3 of Rutgers Around the World, Class of 1969 alum Gini McLaughlin talks about being one of the first Rutgers students to study abroad and how the has impacted her career and her life.