School of Public Affairs
Globalization has an increasing role in education, and understanding cultural differences and how to function effectively in a range of societies is critical for success.
The benefits of studying and living abroad are endless, exposure to foreign cultures leave students with greater self-awareness and confidence. Study abroad to gain awareness of global political and economic issues as well as realities while enhancing cultural awareness and understanding.
There are a number of program options for students. Please note that, some of the programs are major specific, but some of them accept all majors. For more information, visit the Education Abroad website.
School of Public Affairs Education Abroad Opportunities
Austria with Dr. Linda Butenhoff. Political Science focus; short term winter break 2021-2022.
Costa Rica with Dr. Mikhail Blinnikov. Geography focus; short term winter break 2021-2022.
England - Alnwick with Dr. Monica Garcia-Perez. BREXIT focus; short term spring break 2022.
England - Alnwick with Dr. Gareth John and Rochelle Dyer. Geography and Social Studies Education focus; short term summer 2022.
Italy and Greece with Dr. Aspasia Rigopoulou-Melcher. Planning and Community Development focus; short term summer 2022.
Scholarships for Study Abroad
Visit the Huskies Scholarship page to find a scholarships you could be eligible for:
Below are the education abroad opportunities that will be found in the Huskies Scholarships search: - Charles and Bonnie Graham Scholarship for International Study - Edith Jorgensen Memorial Scholarship - Hazel B. Hansen International Studies Scholarship - William John Wester Memorial Scholarship in British Studies; Alnwick, England - Marjorie Deakin Memorial Scholarship; Alnwick, England - Brenda Danielson Glatzmaier Memorial Scholarship; Alnwick, England
- Wallace and Violet Melin Scholarship
How to Apply?
Applying for St. Cloud State Education Abroad Programs