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SIT Study Abroad Semester Programs

With SIT I was not only able to tailor my academic focus throughout the program, but also conduct in-depth research on a subject of my choosing.

Dena Seabrook, University of Washington, 
Nepal: Development and Social Change

SIT Study Abroad offers more than 50 accredited undergraduate semester study abroad programs — in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East, as well as comparative programs in multiple locations. Search programs by location, language, issue area, or term.

Semester program highlights:

  • Advance your knowledge of a specific critical global issue such as global health, migration, social change, human rights, education, arts and media, and sustainable development
  • Earn 16 or 17 credits — SIT students earn 16 or 17 undergraduate credits upon successful completion of a semester program (and between 4 and 9 credits for a summer program).
  • Gain new language proficiency — Learn or advance your knowledge of another language including Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, Hindi, Malagasy, Kiswahili, Icelandic, Wolof, and many others.
  • Learn how to conduct undergraduate field research abroad — SIT semester programs strongly emphasize field-based undergraduate research. SIT faculty and staff provide students with relevant coursework instruction, field experience, and guidance in order for them to be able to complete a major undergraduate research project that can serve as a springboard for future achievements such as senior theses or Fulbright proposals.
  • Live with local host families often in both urban and rural settings to acquire different and meaningful vantage points from within the host country
  • Study with a small group of students in each program, while being supported by SIT faculty and staff, homestay families, in-country experts, and community members








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