Study in a new kind of classroom.

Study in a new kind of classroom.

Studying abroad is one of the most exciting, invigorating and challenging things you can do while in college.

It’s one thing to get to visit a location new to you. It’s another to explore your academic field in a different nation.

Studying abroad opens you up to new ways of thinking, teaches you about the world beyond your own and enables an examination of your responsibilities as a citizen of your community, your country and the world.

You can fuel your academic pursuits tremendously by studying abroad. You'll have the chance to learn from new and diverse voices in a different kind of educational system alongside students from all over the world. You can see historical sites up close and personal, do field studies in environments much different from your own and understand more concretely the effects culture has on various fields of study.

Invest in Your Future

Studying abroad can help you set yourself apart as a student, job candidate and graduate school applicant, too. While it’s an extraordinary experience to have now, it’s also a good investment in your future. You can expand and refine skills specific to your academic discipline, strengthen your foreign language skills, and see how other cultures and countries approach problems and create solutions. Studying abroad provides you numerous opportunities to enhance soft skills such as critical thinking, time management, problem-solving and, of course, communication.

Interested? Visit the Study Abroad office in Stevens 116 to discuss your options.


Study Abroad 101

Want to study abroad but don't know where to start? Come to a Study Abroad 101 session to learn more about the variety of options available to you as a Longwood student. 


Join us for Study Abroad 101 in Hiner G20 at 4 p.m. 

  • Thursday, February 2
  • Tuesday, February 7
  • Wednesday, February 8
  • Thursday, March 16
  • Thursday, March 30
  • Monday, April 17