Welcome to Northern's Study Abroad Program
Northern has study abroad programs in 48 universities in 18 different countries around the world!
Who can study abroad?
What types of programs are there?
Do I have to speak a foreign language?
No. Most programs offer a variety of classes that are taught in English. Included in these offerings are courses in which students will have the opportunity to learn about the culture and language of the host country.
Will I graduate on time?
Yes, with careful planning students can use their credits earned abroad to fulfill their major, minor, or elective requirement. The CEIB also offers short-term summer programs for students.
How much does it cost?
Students pay tuition and fees to Northern, and housing to the partner university. The CEIB offers stipends to qualified students for airline tickets.
How do I pay for it?
Most scholarships and financial aid can be applied toward study abroad programs.
For information, contact:
Study Abroad Office
GlobaLinks Learning Abroad
Study Abroad Handbook