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Summer, Fall, and Academic Year 2017 applications are currently being accepted and are due March 1, 2017. Spring 2018 applications are also now open.
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To set-up a study abroad presentation for your organization or department, please contact us at ru_abroad@global.rutgers.edu


Celebrating 50 Years of Study Abroad at Rutgers
Check out our brand new "50 Years" video featuring students from the 1960s to present day.




Study Abroad 101 Info Sessions
We’ll cover our many study abroad programs, scholarship options, and how easy it is to apply. All info sessions are held online from 8:00-9:00 p.m. every other Wednesday via Adobe Connect. 
Join us: https://meetings.rutgers.edu/studyabroad101

 
Spring 2017
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Study Abroad Newsworthy: For Rutgers Senior, Equal Access to Education Is More Than a Passion, It’s Personal

Chelsie Riche remembers playing school with her cousins as a child. Only it wasn’t a game. As one of the few children in her extended family who could afford to go to school in her native Haiti, it was Riche’s responsibility to pass on the lessons she learned to her many cousins when she returned home. Last spring, Riche spent a semester abroad in South Africa through the Council on International Educational Exchange at the University of Cape Town Service Learning Program.  Read more.

Study Abroad Newsworthy: Frequent Flyer Seeks to Improve Global Health

Mark Gregory Robson has been on a global health crusade for decades. The Rutgers professor has spent countless hours in Thailand, the Philippines, Liberia and other countries working on pesticide issues, education and training. He’s the first winner of the International Impact Award handed out at the New Brunswick Chancellor Awards for Faculty Excellence event this fall. Read more.

Study Abroad Newsworthy: From engineering to social worker: African studies emerging scholar shines light on sanitation practices in Nairobi settlements

Samantha Winter has a master’s in civil and environmental engineering, but the Center for African Studies scholar and social work Ph.D. candidate is becoming much more familiar with social work than science these days. Winter is being hosted by the University of Nairobi on a Boren fellowship and living in Kenya to carry out her research on women’s sanitation culture in informal settlements in the area. Read more.