Four ways to widen your world
Education abroad isn’t just one single thing or program — there are literally hundreds of opportunities. Whatever way suits you best, the WSU International Programs office is devoted to helping you get going. It’s a life-changing academic adventure you don’t want to miss.
1. Faculty-led programs
These programs are developed specifically for WSU students and led by WSU faculty. Most of these programs run during the summer, though a few run during the school year. They generally range from 10 days to 8 weeks long. Most are open to students in any major, but a few are tied to specific WSU programs. The Carson College of Business, for example, offers semester-long programs for business majors.
If you want complete immersion in another culture, our exchange programs are the answer. You’ll enroll directly at a foreign university for a semester or a year, sponsored by WSU or the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP), but you will pay WSU tuition. Best of all, your WSU financial aid and scholarships still apply. Space is limited, so exchange admission may be competitive.
I want to change the world by being a physician who cares for patients with the cultural awareness that I’ve gained while studying abroad.
– Shanelle Briggs, Senior, Basic Medical Science