“I’ve met people from all over the world,” says Emily, who has traveled to France and South Korea as a JWU student. “I’ve seen sights that were built centuries ago — and learned more than a typical classroom could ever provide.”
Study Abroad is a great way to develop skills in the global marketplace, gain insight into other cultures and become more self-reliant.
You can study abroad as early as freshman year and, with proper planning, multiple times before graduation.
Programs and ApplyFind the program that best fits your academic goals and personal interests. The Study Abroad Brochure (2.7MB PDF) identifies programs available in each major. For detailed information about each program you can review program Fact Sheets for dates, courses, pricing and housing.
Need Help Planning?The Study Abroad staff is available to help you plan for studying in another country.
No matter which JWU campus you are currently attending, the university's Study Abroad team advises students from all majors and campuses. All of our staff have traveled or lived internationally and understand the excitement, challenge and logistics of travel.
JWU has long-standing international partners around the world that welcome our students every year. Consider destinations that you may not visit on your personal travels, and explore corners of the world that will offer you new insights into your chosen field.
Follow our Travel BloggersThese JWU students aren’t just learning about other cultures — they’re living them! Follow their adventures in France, Italy, Peru, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea and Sweden. Subscribe to the blog feed.
Have questions? Contact us.
Enrollment in a program of study abroad approved
for credit by JWU may be considered enrollment at JWU for the purposes of
applying for Title IV aid
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