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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER - GLOBAL EDUCATION

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER - GLOBAL EDUCATION

PROGRAMS
for Global Education

SDSU offers a wide array of international programs with over 350 partner universities in more than 50 countries. Aztecs Abroad is the central database resource that is used for students to search for programs and submit applications.

Students should research all options and coordinate with a Global Education Advisor to select a program type that will best meet their goals. Students can also discuss program options with student peer Global Guides.

GLOBAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Study at a foreign university for an academic year or single semester; Take classes alongside local students.
Study at a foreign university for a semester or a full academic year. Take classes alongside local students
Study at a foreign university for a year, semester or summer. Take classes alongside local students.
Short-term (generally 1.5 to 6 weeks) programs taught and led by an SDSU professor available to both SDSU students and general public.
Study options vary from semester to summer with foreign and local students.
Internships are working positions arranged for students, often as part of a credit-bearing study abroad program.
Volunteering abroad can be both personally enriching and make you more professionally competitive.
Students wishing to pursue an independent program must submit a petition. Learn more about the petition process and how to get credit for this type of experience.
Conduct research on an approved credit-bearing program or under the direction of an SDSU Faculty member.
Virtual programs bring the world to you; spend a semester, summer or winter break virtually exploring the world via exciting global academic experiences or virtual international internships.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER
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