International Study Programs


International Study Program
Study Abroad through JSOM
Foreign Study Opportunities at JSOM

The Office of International Programs at Naveen Jindal School of Management enriches students’ educational experience by leading, facilitating, and organizing programs that give direct exposure to business in global context. Students are presented with opportunities to enhance their global awareness by visiting various international countries, international businesses and government entities through work and study abroad opportunities.

JSOM has conducted more than 35 faculty led foreign study trips in 16 countries for the past 15 years. These trips help students develop awareness and realize the importance and benefits of a global perspective by participating in cultural activities, seminars delivered by international corporations and visiting universities. JSOM is committed to providing leadership, collaborating with international organizations, exchanging ideas and establishing a network for mutual learning.

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  • Exchange Programs
  • Customized Faculty Led Programs

The office of International Student Exchange (ISE) and Foreign Study Program (FSP) in Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas is committed to promoting and facilitating study abroad programs to all JSOM students. The office is responsible for informing students about the upcoming scheduled international study trips, international exchange and study abroad programs, including but not limited to internship and customized programs.

The appropriate staff and faculty members will also communicate with students about important deadlines related to international study programs and application for scholarship. While the basic objective of the program is to help students being exposed to international cultures and understanding of various international business environments, students will also be able to enrich their international language skills and professional careers by visiting various renowned universities, international institutions, business corporations and governments agencies.

Please visit the UT Dallas Education Abroad for more information.

Marilyn Kaplan, PhD

Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs

AK Sharif

Coordinator, International Study Programs

UT Dallas exchange programs are subject to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) guidelines.

Eligibility Requirements

  • A student must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Students with under 60 semester credit hours must have completed 30 UT Dallas semester credit hours.
  • Students with over 60 semester credit hours must have completed 15 UT Dallas semester credit hours.
  • Students who are within the 24/30 rule who plan to graduate must obtain a 24/30 waiver to be eligible for exchange and study abroad programs.
  • Graduate students must have a completed 9 UTD semester credit hours for exchange and study abroad programs.
  • International study programs are limited to two semesters.
  • Meet with Associate Dean for course pre-approval.

General Nomination and Acceptance Process

  • Complete the UT Dallas exchange program application and submit it to the UT Dallas Education Abroad along with an official UT Dallas transcript at least six (6) months prior to the semester you would like to do exchange.
  • Students are required to enroll full-time at the host institution. A minimum of 9 semester credit hours for graduate students & a minimum of 12 semester credit hours for undergraduate students.
  • OIE reviews exchange program applications and will either approve or deny exchange program application.
  • If exchange program application is approved, OIE will "nominate" student to the host institution. Host institutions may have different “nominating” dates and timelines.
  • Host institution reviews UT Dallas’ nomination and will either approve or deny exchange program application.
  • If the host institution approves the nomination, your information will be forwarded to the host institution's admissions office by the host institution nomination committee and you will be notified to officially apply to host institution. Some host institutions require online application others require hard copy applications mailed to them through UT Dallas’ Education Abroad.
  • Host institution’s admissions office can approve or deny you admission.
  • If host institution’s admission office accepts your admission application, then you will become a UT Dallas exchange student.

In summary, you must be approved by:

Exchange Partners

  • Austria

    WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)

    WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is the largest university focusing on business and economics in Europe and, in terms of student body, one of the largest universities in Austria. It has been ranked as one of the best business schools in Europe. Until 2008, its official name in English was "Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration”. In 2009 Vienna University of Economics and Business was ranked as one of the best business schools in the German speaking countries according to Handelsblatt and in 2011 it was ranked 21st in the list of the 392 worldwide leading higher education institutions by Mines ParisTech. The study obtained the higher education career of the CEOs of the world's leading 500 companies. In 2011 the university's master program in management was ranked 18th in Europe. Furthermore it was ranked 28th in European Business Schools in the "European Business School Ranking 2011" by Financial Times. The Financial Times has ranked WU Wien as one of the top 50 European Business Schools (#16 in 2009 for the master program International Business Administration). The university is part of the respected consortium of Europe's leading schools and corporate partners - Community of European Management Schools (CEMS). WU Wien has achieved accreditation from the London-based Association of MBAs (AMBA) and Brussels-based EQUIS.

    Eligible Students: JSOM Undergraduate
    Area(s) of Study: Business and Economics
    Spaces available: One-for-one basis per semester
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition
    Language of Instruction: English
    Housing: Student Residence
    WU Website

  • Australia

    University of Wollongong

    The University of Wollongong is a leading Australian university with an international reputation for academic excellence. UOW has been placed in the top 2% of universities in the world by its performance in both the 2009 Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World universities and The Times Higher Education - QS World University Rankings 2009. It is consistently ranked among the top Australian universities for the quality of its teaching, research, graduate employment rates and student experience. UOW provides an inspiring study environment - on the main Wollongong campus, or at its downtown Sydney Business School. The City of Wollongong is approximately 80 kilometers from downtown Sydney, and is set in a magnificent coastal environment. The University offers degree programs across all levels of study (undergraduate and postgraduate coursework and research), as well as English language and academic bridging programs through Wollongong College Australia.

    Eligible Students: Undergraduate and Graduate
    Area(s) of Study: All disciplines
    Spaces available: One-for-one basis per semester
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition
    Language of Instruction: English
    Housing: Student Residence
    University of Wollongong website

  • China

    Harbin Institute of Technology

    Harbin Institute of Technology is a research university in the city of Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China. Harbin Institute of Technology consists of three campuses: the main campus in Harbin, HIT in Weihai and HIT Shenzhen Graduate School. Harbin Institute of Technology is widely recognized as one of the top universities in China. As a famous university in China, HIT is known for its selectivity in several decades. Usually, only the students having very high scores in the National Higher Education Entrance Examination can be admitted into the undergraduate programs. Admission into the graduate school is also very competitive. HIT operates on a year round schedule that includes a fall and spring semester. Winter and summer holidays are placed between semesters. In all holidays, the dormitories and part of the dining halls remain open to students. HIT has a very strict standard in education. The motto, “Being strict in qualifications for graduates; making every endeavor in educating students”, which is quite different from the motto of other universities, reflects the tradition of HIT. Both theories and applications are emphasized. Instructors are required to have very good preparation for lectures.

    Eligible Students: JSOM Undergraduate and Graduate
    Area(s) of Study: Business Management
    Spaces available: One-for-one basis per semester
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition
    Language of Instruction: English
    Housing: Student Residence
    Harbin Institute of Technology website

  • Germany

    EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht
    The EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht in Wiesbaden and Oestrich-Winkel, Germany, was founded in 1971. The university's activities focus on 3 core areas: undergraduate, postgraduate programs and executive education. The EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht has the right to award doctorate and habilitations. EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht emerged in summer 2010 from European Business School International University, Schloss Reichartshausen and the EBS Law School in addition to the EBS Business School was founded as a second faculty, is the first Business University in Germany. Besides attending courses in business, management and economics, all students take a course in philosophy that delivers fundamental knowledge in the philosophy of science and ethics. Furthermore, the EBS Coaching program is offered to all students and doctoral candidates. Each year, the EBS Symposium invites leading figures from the business world, students and journalists to the Rheingau. The University also offers professional continuing education programs for specialists and managers. EBS is a member of the academic section of the UN Global Compact, a global initiative to promote corporate citizenship.

    Eligible Students: Undergraduate and/or Graduate
    Area(s) of Study: Business Management
    Language of Instruction: German and English
    Spaces available: case-by-case reciprocal basis for long semesters
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis includes tuition
    EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht website

    Philipps-Universitat Marburg
    The Philipps University, located in the picturesque city of Marburg, in central Germany about an hour north of Frankfurt, offers a complete range of scholarly disciplines (including the humanities and the natural and social sciences; schools of law, management, medicine, and theology; but no engineering programs). In line with the developing integration of European universities through the Bologna agreements, Marburg has introduced bachelor and master degrees into its regular curriculum and facilitated transfer of course credits. At the same time, the university has developed special programs (taught in English and German) for international students, who make up about 11% of the 22,000 students in this academically attractive environment. UTD students have three different opportunities to take advantage of Marburg’s impressive offerings.

    Eligible Students: Undergraduate and/or Graduate
    Area(s) of Study: All Disciplines except Engineering
    Language of Instruction: German and English
    Spaces available: Five students per year one semester or year- long study for exchange mobility. Summer Marburg program is strictly study abroad (AES scholarships may not be used toward summer program).
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis includes tuition
    Philipps University website

  • Korea

    Dongguk University

    Dongguk University provides a world-class education that bridges East and West on many levels. Founded in 1906 by Korea's ecumenically minded Jogye Order, Dongguk remains one of the few Buddhist affiliated universities in the world. Yet its doors have always been open to students and teachers of all faiths and philosophies. Students and professors from around the globe enhance the quality of education on each of Dongguk's four campuses by bringing together dramatically diverse life experiences and cultures in a common educational mission. The foundational spirit of Dongguk University is summed up in three educational goals: to build up one's character based on the Buddhist virtues; to make the nation, mankind, and nature full of wisdom and benevolence; and to realize the ideal society in which people can trust and respect each other. The University aims at making the Buddhist spirit and the Korean culture known worldwide, and further at cultivating persons of talent with leadership skills, who will devote themselves to realizing ideals of the nation and mankind by researching and teaching academic theories and their application methods.

    Eligible Students: JSOM Undergraduate and/or Graduate
    Area(s) of Study: Management
    Spaces available: case-by-case reciprocal basis for long semesters
    Language of instruction: English
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition
    Dongguk University website

    Sungkyunkwan University

    Sungkyunkwan University is one of the most significant institutions in Korea, The University's faculty of more than 900 is committed to quality teaching and research, offering students a challenging environment for intellectual and personal growth. The University takes pride in its innovative spirit. As a result of the long efforts to place the natural sciences on an equal footing with their strong foundation in the humanities, they now operate two campuses: the Humanities and Social Sciences Campus and the Natural Sciences Campus. Taken together; this infrastructure affords their 700 professors and 16,000 students a wonderful research opportunity. The majority of our professors are bilingual, most having obtained doctorate degrees from world-renowned universities. This creates a very interesting and dynamic environment, and also one that promotes diversity.

    Eligible Students: Undergraduate
    Area(s) of Study: All Disciplines
    Spaces available: 2 students per year for semester or year-long study
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition.
    Sungkyunkwan University website

  • Poland

    Poznan University of Economics

    Established in 1926, the Poznan University of Economics is one of the leading business schools in Poland. It is a state University currently attended by over 15.000 students. The PUE offers programs at three academic levels (Bachelor, Master and PhD) as well professional post graduate studies and MBA courses. The University's main site is located in the Center of Poznan, a 15-minute walk away from the Old Town. The PUE has five faculties - the Faculty of Commodity Science, the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of Informatics and Electronic Economy, the Faculty of International Economy and the Faculty of Management. Education at the PUE is closely linked with research. The University has relations with numerous companies and it is a forum for exchange of views, networking and discussion. Its departments carry out specialized projects, expert analyses and offer consulting services for private and public institutions.

    Eligible Students: JSOM Undergraduate
    Area(s) of Study: All disciplines
    Spaces available: Three (3) students per academic year
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition
    Language of Instruction: English
    Housing: Student Residence
    Poznan University of Economics website

  • Turkey

    Ozyegin University

    Ozyegin University founded officially on 18 May 2007, welcomed its first students in September 2008 at its Altunizade Campus, Istanbul and thus took the first step to becoming a prestigious campus university in Istanbul within a few years’ time. Ozyegin University aims to contribute to social development by producing creative, original and applicable knowledge with its modern education system, its innovative structure integrated with life and its education programs focusing on the service sector. Although it is one of Turkey's newest universities, OzU already has plans to house one of the largest business programs in the country, with support from a world-class, multinational faculty. Yet despite its grand ambitions, the university is committed to retaining its young entrepreneurial spirit by enabling both student and faculty involvement in innovation and research commercialization. Being a student at Ozyegin allows you to be able to experience all that is Istanbul, from the ornate halls of Topkapi Palace to the hyperactive trading floor of the Istanbul Stock Exchange, from the successful, experienced CEO to the up-and-coming entrepreneur. Get in touch with the past and the future of Turkey and the region at OzU.

    Eligible Students: JSOM Undergraduate and/or Graduate
    Area(s) of Study: Management
    Spaces available: case-by-case reciprocal basis for long semesters
    Language of instruction: English
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition
    Ozyegin University website

    Istanbul Kultur University

    Istanbul Kültür University is a private university providing a public service, established in 1997 by the Kültür Educational Foundation as the ultimate accomplishment of a deep-rooted 70-year tradition. IKU is an urban university acknowledged by YÖK (The Council of Higher Education in Turkey) and supported financially by the state of the Turkish Republic. IKU aims to maintain international academic relations of high standards, and is based on the tradition of resounding academic success and quality. As the result of mutual collaboration agreements with the universities of the EU member states, the USA, Canada, Australia, Latin America, and Asia, the students and faculty of Istanbul Kültür University are able to follow every development in scientific, cultural and educational fields, and make maximum use of these improvements. Within the scope of these agreements, students of Istanbul Kültür University can study at a university abroad for an academic year as an exchange student. In the 2 Institutes, 7 Faculties and 3 Vocational Schools of Istanbul Kültür University, students from more than 42 different countries are studying.

    Eligible Students: JSOM Undergraduate and/or Graduate
    Area(s) of Study: Management
    Spaces available: case-by-case reciprocal basis for long semesters
    Language of instruction: English
    Note: Exchange on reciprocal basis including tuition
    Istanbul Kultur University website

These trips will help students develop awareness and realize the importance and benefits of a global perspective by participating in cultural activities, seminars delivered by international corporations and universities, and complementary campus activities.

  • Fall 2015

    Faculty Led Program: Chile

    Customized Program Travel Dates: August 12, 2015 to August 21, 2015
    Customized Program Class Registration: Fall 2015
    Area(s) of Study: Open to all disciplines (Undergraduate and Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: TBA
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: TBA
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: TBA
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Information: AK Sharif Email or JSOM 11.105B
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Marilyn Kaplan Email

    Course Description:

    Undergraduate: IMS 3V91 Regional Management Area Studies: Latin America (1-3 semester hours). This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Latin America. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate: IMS6v91 Regional Area Studies: Latin America (1-3 semester hours). History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Latin America and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

  • Spring 2015

    Faculty Led Program: Cuba

    Customized Program Travel Dates: March 14, 2015 to March 22, 2015 (Spring Break, 2015)
    Customized Program Class Registration: Spring 2015
    Area(s) of Study: Open to all disciplines (Undergraduate and Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: October 31, 2014
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: November 15, 2014
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: November 15, 2014
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Information: AK Sharif Email or JSOM 11.105B
    Faculty Leader: Mr. Tom Henderson Email

    Course Description:

    Undergraduate: IMS 3V95 Regional Management Area Studies: North America (1-3 semester hours). This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in North America. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate: IMS6v95 Regional Area Studies: North America (1-3 semester hours). History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in North America and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.


    Faculty Led Program: Japan

    Customized Program Travel Dates: March 14, 2015 to March 22, 2015 (Spring Break, 2015)
    Customized Program Class Registration: Spring 2015
    Area(s) of Study: Open to all disciplines (Undergraduate and Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: October 31, 2014
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: November 15, 2014
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: November 15, 2014
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Information: AK Sharif Email or JSOM 11.105B
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Seunghyun Lee Email

    Course Description:

    Undergraduate: IMS 3V93 Regional Management Area Studies: Asia (1-3 semester hours). This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Asia. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate: IMS6v93 Regional Area Studies: Asia (1-3 semester hours). History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Asia and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.


    Faculty Led Program: Germany

    Customized Program Travel Dates: May 16, 2015 to May 25, 2015
    Customized Program Class Registration: Spring 2015 (2nd 8-week session)
    Area(s) of Study: Open to all disciplines (Undergraduate and Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: January 15, 2015
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: January 31, 2015
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: November 15, 2014
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Information: AK Sharif Email or JSOM 11.105B
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Shawn Alborz Email and Dr. Marilyn Kaplan Email

    Course Description:

    Undergraduate: IMS 3V92 Regional Management Area Studies: Europe (1-3 semester hours). This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Europe. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate: IMS6v92 Regional Area Studies: Europe (1-3 semester hours) History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Europe and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

  • Fall 2014

    August 2014 – U.K.

    Customized Program Travel Dates: August 14, 2014 to August 22, 2014
    Customized Program Class Registration: Fall 2014
    Area(s) of Study: All disciplines (Undergraduate + Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: May 09, 2014
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: May 23, 2014
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: May 09, 2014
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Submission (Customized Program + IEFS Scholarship): JSOM 2.204
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Marilyn Kaplan

    Undergraduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS 3V92 Regional Management Area Studies: Europe (3 semester hours) This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Europe. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS6v92 Regional Area Studies: Europe (3 semester hours) History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Western Europe and their place in the world economy.
    Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

    November 2014 – India

    Customized Program Travel Dates: November 22, 2014 to November 30, 2014
    Customized Program Class Registration: Fall 2014
    Area(s) of Study: All disciplines (Undergraduate + Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: May 09, 2014
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: May 23, 2014
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: May 09, 2014
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Submission (Customized Program + IEFS Scholarship): JSOM 2.204
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Abhijit Biswas

    Undergraduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS 3V93 Regional Management Area Studies: Asia (3 semester hours) This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Asia. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS6v93 Regional Area Studies: Asia (3 semester hours) History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Asia and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

  • Spring 2014

    March 2014 – Japan

    Customized Program Travel Dates: March 08, 2014 to March 16, 2014
    Customized Program Class Registration: Spring 2014
    Area(s) of Study: Supply Chain Management and PMBA (Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: October 15, 2013
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: October 31, 2013
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: October 15, 2013
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Submission (Customized Program + IEFS Scholarship): JSOM 3.207
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Shawn Alborz

    Graduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS6v93 Regional Area Studies: Asia (3 semester hours) History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Asia and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

    May 2014 – Poland/Slovakia

    Customized Program Travel Dates: May 18, 2014 to May 27, 2014
    Customized Program Class Registration: Spring 2014
    Area(s) of Study: All disciplines (Undergraduate + Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: October 15, 2013
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: October 31, 2013
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: October 15, 2013
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Submission (Customized Program + IEFS Scholarship): JSOM 2.204
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Habte Woldu

    Undergraduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS3V92 Regional Management Area Studies: Europe (3 semester hours) This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Europe. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS6v92 Regional Area Studies: Europe (3 semester hours) History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Western Europe and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

    May 2014 – China/South Korea

    Customized Program Travel Dates: May 18, 2014 to May 27, 2014
    Customized Program Class Registration: Spring 2014
    Area(s) of Study: All disciplines (Undergraduate + Graduate)
    Customized Program Application Deadline: October 15, 2013
    Down payment (750 USD) Charged at the UTD Bursar Deadline: October 31, 2013
    IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: October 15, 2013
    Trip Cost: 2,500 USD (estimated) + Airfare
    Application Submission (Customized Program + IEFS Scholarship): JSOM 2.204
    Faculty Leader: Dr. Seunghyun Lee

    Undergraduate Course Number and Description:
    IMS 3V93 Regional Management Area Studies: Asia (3 semester hours) This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Asia. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area.

    Graduate Course Number and Description: IMS6v93 Regional Area Studies: Asia (3 semester hours) History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Asia and their place in the world economy. Prerequisite: IMS 6204 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

  • Previous Foreign Study Trips

    Fall 2012: Peru
    Summer 2012: China/South Korea
    Spring 2012: Turkey
    Summer 2011: China/South Korea, Poland/Germany
    Fall 2012: India
    Summer 2010: Uruguay, China/South Korea