For Students

Study Abroad

 

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Capbreton, France

Come explore an ever changing Europe with over 100 study abroad options in several European countries including:

  • “exchanges” (where UW students do regular course work at a partner university)
  • “programs” (where course are lead by UW faculty, such as the Germanics Department’s Spring in Vienna program)
  • “exploration semminars” (short-term study abroad programs (3-4 weeks) led by UW faculty)

Select upcoming Programs

Winter 2019

  • The Jackson School is hosting a Winter 2019 Task Force in Rome, Italy on the challenges faced by the EU. For more information, click here.
  • The CHID program offers a program examining legacies of empires, power, and diversity in a winter quarter tour of Rome, Italy; Vienna, Austria; and Budapest, Hungary. For more information, click here.

Spring Break 2019

  • The Hellenic Studies Program at the Jackson School co-sponsors a week-long excursion to Napflion and Athens, Greece to study the Roma and recent refugees. For more information, click here.
  • Business London offers students an opportunity to learn about global career options through a week-long visit to London, England. For more information, click here.

Spring 2019

  • The Germanics program sponsors the a spring quarter program in Vienna, Austria. Open to all UW students, it provides  German language instruction and an introduction to Austrian culture. For more information, click here.

Summer 2019

  • The Center for West European Studies hopes to once again co-sponsor a 5-week summer program in Brussels, Belgium examining the European Union. For more information, click here.

Full Year

  • Scan|Design offers fellowships and funding for students (BA, MA, and PhD) interested in studying Danish-American relations in Denmark for a summer, a quarter, or an academic year. For more information, click here.

Funding

There are many different opportunities that may help fund your studies, some of which include the Fulbright Program and the American-Scandinavian Foundation. For a more thorough list, checkout or resource page and the study abroad department’s scholarship page. 

Office of International Programs and Exchanges
(206)-543-9272
Box 255815
516 Schmitz Hall
Seattle, WA 98195