I came to Louisville and saw the world. Education abroad is time spent outside the United States borders participating in classes, internships, and/or service as part of your education as a student at the University of Louisville.
Students can spend as short as ten days or as long as a year. There are many options available. How long a student goes abroad will also determine how many credits they earn for their time abroad and the overall costs of their program.
The University of Louisville has many places around the world for students’ participation in education abroad. Through a variety of campus sponsored program, exchanges, and program providers, we are able to make a wide variety of locations available to students. Please keep in mind, not all locations are available or may not offer the courses a student requires for their academic program.
Education abroad is meant to enhance your academic progress. Discussing your options as early as possible will ensure that it is an enriching experience. Visit B-School Bloggers to read student experiences, comments, and photos while abroad.
A student may start meeting with the education abroad advisor during their first semester at the University of Louisville. By meeting early with the education abroad advisor, students can ensure that the time abroad will meet their academic needs while still being able to actively participate in campus life, pursue leadership opportunities, and find internships.
Exchange programs offer College of Business students the opportunity to get education abroad while paying just a little more than university tuition. Students get an enhanced education experience with the benefit of a global perspective.
Extensive financial assistance in the form of travel grants for all College of Business majors in good standing.
Education Abroad Cost
|Costs||Semester on-campus||Semester Abroad
|International ID card**||$50|
The College of Business provides extensive assistance in the form of travel grants for majors who participate in education abroad, emphasizing the College’s exchange and dual degree programs.
All financial assistance (scholarships, grants, loans, etc.) may be applied to the cost of participation in education abroad.
*Costs will vary based on location of study, participation in non-exchange programs, currency conversion rates, visa/residency permit requirements, insurance requirements, and personal spending/travel habits.
**Costs associated with education abroad experience not incurred by domestic study.
Students who intend to go abroad should also maintain regular contact with their academic advisor to ensure they maintain good student status and are on-track with their academic progress.
Information and appointments:
Elizabeth K. Liebschutz
Education Abroad and International Coordinator
UofL College of Business
Reinhardt Advising Center
Louisville, KY 40292 USA