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Study Abroad Program
Liz Hannum, Study Abroad Coordinator

 

Office of International Programs

Lincoln Hall 1201

1200 S. Jay St.
Aberdeen, S.D. 57401

 
Phone: 605-626-7721
Fax: 605-626-3355
Email: studyabroad@northern.edu

 
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News
 
 
  • Gain job leverage from study abroad: Hear Michelle Obama's take HERE.

 

  • ESC Rennes School of Business, France
has opened its summer program on Responsible Management for June 2014!  Click HERE to find out more and then contact studyabroad@northern.edu to schedule an appointment.
 
 
  • Teach/Tour China
Tentative Summer 2014  Dates: 7/10/14 – 8/11/14
International Partnerships in Education (IPIE.US) is pleased to announce its newly restructured 2014 Summer Teaching Program in China. The program offers educators, and student education majors, the opportunity to spend the summer in China enhancing the conversational English skills of Chinese elementary, middle, and high school students. This unique escorted experience, in collaboration with Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, consists of two teaching program sessions in Guangzhou, China with private cultural tours of Guangzhou and Beijing, China. 
Program Cost: $2,000
 
Email studyabroad@northern.edu for more information.
 
 
Programs
Northern's Office of International Programs offers programs at 48 different universities in 18 different countries.  Students from ANY discipline can study abroad – make an appointment with the study abroad advisor to see which programs meet your needs!

 

 

Approved Programs by Destination


Faculty-Led Programs

Summer (short-term) Programs

 


Eligibility
To apply to study off-campus for a semester, students must meet the following requirements:

 

• Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
• Have completed at least 48 credit hours while studying off-campus
• Have a history of good conduct with the university. All conduct and alcohol violations will be evaluated by the Office of International Programs

 

Students who do not meet these requirements can still study abroad through faculty-led programs or short-term summer abroad programs.

 

 

Getting Started 
It's never too early to begin researching off-campus study.

 

  • Attend a Study Abroad 101 Session and complete the Intent to Study Abroad Quiz. Then, talk to your advisor to see how an off-campus experience would complement your academic plan of study. You also may read through the checklist and credit information below to help you get started.

 

 


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