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Global Studies

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Off-campus studies range from taking a semester at another university in the United States through the National Student Exchange Program to studying for a semester at a university abroad.  Another popular option is a Global Field Course, where you and your classmates travel with faculty for intensive field study in locations ranging from the Grand Canyon to Italy, Australia and Iceland.  Off-campus study will expand your horizons, immerse you in new cultures and provide opportunities to meet new friends and explore the world.

Global Field Courses

Global Field Courses

TRAVEL & EARN CREDIT An exciting way for groups of students to see another country and experience its culture while earning credits is a Global Field Course. Learn More
study Abroad

Study Abroad

EXPLORE NEW CULTURES Individual students study for a semester or full year off campus in another country, earning credits while exploring a new culture and meeting new friends. Learn More
National Exchange

National Student Exchange

STUDY IN THE USA Students may enroll at one of 190 different universities in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Learn More
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Student Testimonials

Rebecca

Rebecca Garrison ’19

Rebecca Garrison spend the 2017-18 school year studying at the University of South Carolina, visiting local historical sites such as Fort Sumner and the Middleton Place Plantation, and enjoying Southern food and hospitality.

Daniel

Daniel Brewer ’20

“In Ireland, everything’s different from my experiences back home — from class structure to social life. One of my favorite parts about the semester abroad program is that you don’t just meet and make friends with people in the host country — in this case Ireland. I have made friends with English, French and Belgian people as well. I also had the opportunity to spend a week in London.

Brendan Cullinane ’19

Brendan Cullinane ’19

Brendan is a Health Science major and vice president of the Pre-Health Society. "The trip to Ghana was a life-changing and eye-opening experience. I will never forget seeing a baby born into this world. Words cannot describe how precious that moment was. This trip is also a bonding experience — I met a great group of people who became close friends in a very short time.”

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For more information, contact:
studyabroad@easternct.edu
(860) 465-0206

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