Student Opportunities Abroad
Student Opportunities Abroad
UChicago students gain international perspectives and experiences by immersing themselves in the cultures they study, in established programs or through individual research. Visit our International Directory of Programs or view a sampling of programs below.
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Study Abroad programs for College students take undergraduates to live and learn across Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. UChicago faculty teach the University's liberal arts curriculum, with emphasis on field trips and experiential opportunities that delve into the host country's culture.
The Metcalf Internship Program offers paid, substantive internships exclusively for UChicago students. Undergraduates build their skills and gain professional experience at top organizations across the United States and around the world, including at UChicago's Center in Beijing.
International Experience Grants and the Fellowships, Research Opportunities, Grants, and Scholarships (FROGS) site provide a range of resources that help undergraduate students find the funding to study, work, or intern abroad.
Graduate and Professional Schools
Graduate students become experts in their fields. They delve into research of international importance alongside world-renowned faculty, and they forge their own investigations.
Visit our International Directory of Programs or departmental websites to learn about the many research, academic, and professional pursuits our students undertake. Below is a sampling of the wide variety of programs available to UChicago graduate students:
Chicago Booth School of Business
The International Business Exchange Program provides Chicago Booth students the opportunity to study abroad at one of more than 30 partner schools around the world.
The Executive MBA Program is taught at Chicago Booth's campuses in Chicago, London, and Singapore. Special exchange course sessions combine students from all three campuses, providing global exposure.
Chicago Harris School of Public Policy
Cooperative Master's in Public Policy program participants take courses at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and at a partner school in Chile, Israel, or Korea. Students graduate with two degrees, one from each institution. Harris students can also participate in the International Policy Program.
Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies
Travel Study opportunities through the Graham School are curriculum-driven, one- to two-week trips led by UChicago faculty and alumni experts, including such tours as China Rising: Culture and Economy in a Resurging China, and Life is a Cabaret: A Journey to Berlin.
Pritzker School of Medicine
The Global Health Scholarship track is a comprehensive, four-year curriculum at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine in which students participate in two international experiences at sites in such locations as South America, West Africa, and South Asia.