We Make Cross-Border Learning a Priority
DU is among the top 5 U.S. institutions of its type for the percentage of undergraduate students who study abroad!
Going abroad is often the single most memorable and rewarding experience of your college career. DU has many program types to consider, which fulfill different needs for different students. Our goal is to guide you through finding the best program for you and to prepare you to experience the transformative power of global learning. The Office of International Education (OIE) supports your international education through our comprehensive advising throughout your journey to study abroad.
How to Get Started
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Information Session
Thursday, September 22 at 4-5pm in Community Commons 2600
Are you considering studying abroad and receiving the Federal Pell Grant? Then the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship offered through the US Department of State is for you! In this session, we will cover what the scholarship is, eligibility requirements, how to apply, and application tips.View Details
Study Abroad Fair
Wednesday, September 28 at 10am-3pm on Campus Green and the Grand Foyer of Community Commons (CCOM 1600-1800)
Discover your future! The DU Study Abroad Fair is back and ready to help you explore your options for studying, interning, experiential learning, or conducting research abroad!
Representatives from DU Partner Programs will be on site to discuss their programs and campus partners like DU Academic Departments, Financial Aid, Career & Professional Development, DU 4D, and more will be there to discuss the impact of study abroad on your University career and beyond.
First Step Sessions
Offered Monday-Friday throughout the Fall Quarter
Ready to get started with your study abroad planning? Your next step is to attend an in-person First Step Session where you will learn how to choose a program & get started on your DU Abroad application.View Details