Study Abroad Programs
Immerse yourself in other cultures and discover new ideas as you experience some of the world’s most historic places. When you study abroad, you’ll feed your curiosity as you fuel your résumé with exceptional learning experiences.
Our partnership with NSE includes 150+ universities
Our students have studied in 22 countries.
Interested in studying abroad? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Why Study Abroad at SNHU?
Enrich Your Education
One of the greatest benefits of studying abroad is meeting people from other cultures and sharing ideas. You’ll gain lasting friendships and new perspectives on the world.
Open to All Majors
We believe everyone should have the opportunity to travel the world. Even if your major isn’t available at one of our partner universities, we encourage you to study abroad.
You’ve Got Options
From weeklong trips to a traditional semester abroad or a full-year exchange, we offer a variety of programs to fit your needs and broaden your educational experience.
Support Before and After
To help you have a great experience abroad and re-adjust when you get back, you’ll take part in orientations before you leave, and a re-entry program upon your return.
3 Ways to Study Abroad at SNHU
To make studying abroad accessible to as many students as possible, we offer three distinct programs that vary in cost, location and length to fit your unique goals and circumstances.
This is the traditional study abroad college experience. You’ll spend fall, spring or summer semester at one of our international university partners. We’ll work with you to apply the credits you earn toward your SNHU degree. And, if you study abroad during fall or spring, it usually won’t cost any more than a semester at SNHU.
Some of our most popular semester destinations are:
- Madrid, Spain
- Sicily, Italy
- Colchester, England
- Fukuoka, Japan
Faculty Led Programs
An SNHU professor will be your tour guide on these short-term “travel courses” from our third-party provider, Education First. Trips range from 8-12 days in length and typically take place during spring break or after spring semester ends in May. This option is open to online students; however, all flights depart from and return to Boston.
Some upcoming faculty led programs include:
- London, England
- Costa Rica
National Student Exchange Program
SNHU is a member of the National Student Exchange. The NSE has more than 150 university partners available for one semester or a full year of study. This program is a great choice if you want to explore other parts of U.S., research graduate school options, or get a feel for the area where your career might be located.
NSE has partner universities in the U.S. and:
- Puerto Rico
- U.S. Virgin Islands