UC Davis Study Abroad
The opportunity to study abroad is one of the richest educational experiences a student can have. When students return from study abroad in places like Italy or Hong Kong, they describe their time abroad as an experience that changed their lives. Students study abroad to pursue their academic interests in a global context, to learn a language, to gain practical field work, internship or lab experience, to prepare for a job in the global economy and to add distinction to an application for graduate or professional school.
UC Davis Study Abroad can help students decide which program is best for them, whether to study abroad for a summer, quarter, semester or full year and when to go abroad (freshman through senior years). UC Davis Study Abroad Coordinators also participate in freshman seminars, offer financial aid workshops and can advise on programs that have internship opportunities. UC Davis Study Abroad also administers the Global and International Studies (GIS) minor, which is sponsored by the Humanities Program in the College of Letters and Science.
UC Davis Study Abroad is home to UC Davis Quarter Abroad, UC Davis Summer Abroad, UC Davis Internships Abroad, UC Davis Seminars Abroad and the University of California Education Abroad Program (UCEAP). UC Davis Study Abroad also provides advising for students interested in non-UC "independent" programs and administers the Non-UC Study Abroad leave program. Finally, UC Davis Study Abroad advises and provides student services for international UCEAP Reciprocity students.
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Updated: November 21, 2017 12:17 PM