San Diego State University

International Study

SDSU offers students more than 190 opportunities to study abroad through a variety of programs in 44 different countries.


Sports MBA in the Dominican Republic: For 10 days in June, Sports MBA students from San Diego State University took their classroom on the road, traveling to the Dominican Republic for an international human resources course taught by the College of Business Administration Associate Dean Gangaram Singh. Read more ...


Fulbright Scholars:
A record ten San Diego State University students and graduates have earned Fulbright Scholarships for 2010-2011. Each will travel abroad for educational pursuits while undergoing unique, first-hand cultural experiences in countries like Peru, Indonesia, Mexico, Macau, Spain and Germany. Read more ...

The Tanzania Experience: Michelle Long will never forget the scene that greeted her and dozens of other San Diego State students as they pulled up to a school in the tiny town of Kongwa in Tanzania. There, on the side of the road, nearly 1,000 students and villagers cheered, played drums and sang songs of praise and thankfulness to welcome them. Read more ...

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