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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER - STUDY ABROAD

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER - STUDY ABROAD

PROGRAM TYPES
for Study Abroad

SDSU Faculty-Led Programs

All Faculty-Led study abroad programs are short-term (generally 1.5 to 6 weeks), taught and led a SDSU professor and available to both SDSU students and general public. Most programs have between 15 to 30 students and run during the summer, but there are also many winter and spring-break options. The faculty leader is the program is a main point of contact.

Program fees vary by program, but all grant resident credits.


Faculty-Led programs are a great match for many students because

  • You can gain initial exposure to a new culture and possibly language
  • You can enroll in specific SDSU catalog course (faculty-led programs)
  • Most programs are generally focused on a particular topic or theme
  • Some academic programs may not easily accommodate a longer stay overseas

Eligibility requirements

  • GPA and language eligibility requirements vary.

For more information

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER
5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182-5101