Study abroad is not just for some students—it’s for all students, no matter your background, your major, your hobbies, or your preferences. Rutgers offers 180 study abroad and service-learning abroad programs for students in every world region.

You’ll discover that each country, each city, and each university has its own special character—and where you study abroad will ultimately become a place where you’ll make lifelong friends and lasting memories. The professional benefits are far-reaching: listing study abroad on your resume will attract potential employers and give you an edge over your competition. So, tap the button below and find a program that will change your life.

Applications are now open for summer and fall 2018 and will be due March 1, 2018.
Rutgers Global scholarships for summer, semester, and specific programs are open and will be due on March 7, 2018.

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Earn Credits. Make Memories. Gain an Edge. Study Abroad.

Uncover Roman Empire Artifacts in Italy

Archeology Field School Rutgers Study Abroad to Vacone, Italy, led by Rutgers professor Gary Farney

Rutgers–Newark archaeology professor Gary Farney takes students on a journey to Vacone, Italy, where they uncover Roman-era treasures inside ancient villas.

Rutgers GAIA Centers offers over 180 study abroad programs to 60 countries


We offer over 180 study abroad or service-learning abroad programs to 60 countries. Find yours by region, country, term, or keyword.

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Rutgers Study Abroad Pre Departure Checklist


Don’t miss out because you forgot something like making sure your passport is valid. Review our checklist to make sure you have all you need before you go.


Real World Experiences


Study abroad students are people with thoughts, feelings, experiences, and expressions. In this Facebook series, study abroad students “tell all” about their time abroad. #RUHoSA


Study abroad students often return with a desire to tell their fellow students about their experiences. Our Global Ambassadors are returned study abroad students who can answer your questions and concerns about study abroad.
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