Stevenson University offers a wide range of exciting study abroad opportunities. Study abroad trips are available fall, spring, and summer. Students may study with Stevenson University faculty in Ireland, South Africa, Asia, Europe, Central America, and many other places. Faculty-led trips feature courses that will fulfill major or general education requirements. Some programs are for specific majors while others are for the general population. Acceptance into the programs is not automatic, and students need to be aware of application details, deadlines, costs, and selection criteria. Students should consult their academic advisor about upcoming study abroad opportunities and look for campus announcements about planned study abroad programs.
Through a special arrangement with Fairleigh Dickinson University, individual Stevenson University students are also able to study during the fall or spring semester at Wroxton College in Oxforshire, England. Although these individuals will attend Wroxton under the asupices of FDU, the credits they earn from the British faculty will count as Stevenson credits. The Wroxton campus consists of a centuries-old estate of historic significance. For students who want to spend an entire semester abroad in a beautiful and distinctive setting, the Wroxton option is most attractive.
Questions regarding study abroad programs should be directed to the Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.