A Global Leader

A Global Leader

Study Abroad

Arcadia University's approved study abroad programs are designed to excite and inspire your personal ideals, your global vision and your academic passions.  You have the opportunity to explore new cultures, gain international internship experience, learn outside the classroom and become part of local communities in which you study.  Our program finder and advisers will help you discover the right program for you. 

Arcadia Students

Take the Steps to Study Abroad

Start by researching programs that are right for you, focusing on location, discipline, or a combination. Explore all opportunities available to you through our Program Finder.

1. Find A Program

Discuss your program options with a study away advisor. This is an opportunity to get all of your questions answered. We're here to help.

2. Meet with your Study Away Advisor

Review your course selections and how they fit within your academic plan with your academic advisor. Get your course approval form signed.

3. Explore Your Course Options

Register in Arcadia Passport to begin an online application. Next you’ll be able to complete and track the rest of your application requirements.

4. Start an Application

Office of Study Away

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Scott Terry
Director of Study Away
Ashley Knueppel
Study Away Advisor
Advises Business and Communications majors

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Advises all other majors

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Office of Study Away

Hours: 9am-5pm
Taylor Hall, 118

The Office of Study Away will support you with choosing a program, starting an application, getting courses approved, along with a Pre-Departure Orientation and support once you return from your study abroad experience. 

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Business & Communication Majors

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All Other Majors

Book an Appointment with Ashley

Decades of Study Abroad History

Sixty-seven years of excellence in global education began on the saddle of a bicycle, for two dollars a day. In the summer of 1948, the world looked ahead to a brighter future. Gone was the extreme cataclysm and privation of the Second World War, but deep scars remained for the nations of Europe and their people. Moreover, the cooperative spirit of educational exchange between nations, which had flourished modestly prior to the war’s advent, was all but nonexistent.