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Study Abroad Opportunities in the College of Business

Students with majors and/or minors in the College of Business can participate in the study abroad programs listed below. Any student interested in studying abroad should also review the application process.

Students can use their financial aid to help pay for study abroad programs, including exchange programs. Additionally, there are scholarships and grants available for study abroad programs. 

Receive general education core or elective credits by studying abroad! 

Students can attend study abroad programs in order to receive credit for general education core and elective courses. Students are recommended to meet with their advisors to check which general education core course requirments have or haven't been met and if any electives are available in their degree program. 

APSU DEAL in England

APSU in Argentina

APSU in Uganda

In order to learn more about earning general education core or elective credits with study abroad, please schedule a general short-term advising session.

Short-Term Programs

Students travel in a group with faculty. These programs take place during summer, winter, or spring break and last from 1 to 5 weeks. 

Currently, there are business programs offered abroad at APSU with APSU Faculty-Led and CCSA programs.CCSA consortium offers programs in many disciplines in English-speaking countries during winter and summer. Please check the CCSA website for more information, as courses vary each term.

CCSA

Students with majors and/or minors under the College of Business should also check study abroad programs offered through other APSU colleges, as there are courses available that can be taken as electives or general education courses by students from any major. For example, English courses in Spain or Argentina, Art Appreciation and Communication courses in London, History courses in Japan or Poland, Criminal Justice courses in Ireland, etc.

Long-Term or Exchange Programs

Students from any APSU college can participate in exchange programs. Through these programs, students spend a whole semester or academic year abroad. Participants travel independently and are more involved in the planning process. Classes are taught in English unless students choose otherwise. Students interested in participating in an exchange program must complete the following steps:

Additional expenses might include but are not limited to: student visa fees, health and trip insurance, airfare, application fees, and passport fee.

APSU Partner Universities

APSU and Austria Exchange

APSU and Czech Republic Exchange

APSU and Spain Exchange

APSU and Korea Exchange

APSU and Quebec Exchange

APSU and Sweden Exchange

APSU and Taiwan Exchange

APSU and Argentina Exchange

APSU and Bolivia Exchange

APSU and Canada Exchange

APSU and China Exchange (CUFE)

APSU and China Exchange(CUC)

APSU and England Exchange

APSU and France Exchange

APSU and France Exchange (UO)

APSU and France Exchange (UR)

APSU and Hungary Exchange

APSU and Japan Exchange(PUH)

APSU and Japan Exchange (RU)

APSU and  Poland Exchange (UR)

APSU and Romania Exchange 

 

Exchange and Third Party Providers
ISEP The Magellan Exchange ISA ISabroad GloblizEDU