WU Students in Kazakhstan

WU Students Excavating in the Dzhungar Mountains of Kazakhstan

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WU Summer Program in Turkey: Political Change and Stability in the Middle East

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Pluralism, Politics, and Religion:  WU Students Taking Class in the Louvre.

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WU in Shanghai students on the Silk Road

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WUSTL Washington, D.C. Programs students bowling at the White House!

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Welcome to Overseas Programs

Welcome to Overseas Programs in Washington University's International and Area Studies Program! The goal of international study through the College of Arts & Sciences is to encourage our students to acquire the broad cultural knowledge, the languages and the practical skills to enable them to participate fully in a global society.

Highlights:

  • We offer over 100 programs in over 50 different countries
  • 50% of A&S graduating seniors (42% university-wide) report having participated in a study abroad program for a semester, a summer or a year
  • Approximately 570 Arts and Sciences students study abroad each year, roughly 320 during the semester and academic year and 250 during the summer
  • Summer programs are increasingly popular, many focusing on intensive language learning, and are offered in China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Kenya, Kazakhstan, and Spain
  • Our system of establishing Study Abroad Advisors in each department, among the first of its kind at a private research institution, ensures a high level of faculty involvement and oversight

We hope you will explore our programs and wish you success as you embark on your international journey!

Recent News

November 3, 2014
For Fall 2015 and Academic Year 14-15 Programs
November 2, 2014
Summer Program Application Deadline

Please refer to program brochures for specific deadlines.

October 29, 2014

Do you know of a current sophomore who would be great for the Civic Scholars Program?

October 14, 2014

On Monday, 6 October 2014, the Spanish government confirmed the first reported case of Ebola in Europe.

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