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Study abroad programs can be life-changing. We hope that you have had an exceptional overseas experience and that you will capitalize on this by continuing to interact in study abroad related activities. Explore the tabs below for more information on how you can reflect, connect and look ahead!
Once you've studied abroad, it's common to want to go abroad again! We both support and encourage that and have many options available through the study abroad office and beyond. Explore the resources below for more information.
View this helpful guide for articles about finding your next adventure abroad: internships, teaching, jobs, graduate school and volunteering abroad.
Spend at least six weeks abroad interning with an organization or company related to your field while earning ASU credit. Read more about our internship programs abroad here.
We have programs as short as a week, as long as a year and everything in between. Ready to go abroad for a longer period of time? Search by Term and narrow down your options from there.
Need scholarships for your program? Check out these two national scholarships:
Peace Corps is an international service organization of the United States. Volunteers make a difference through meaningful service and serve in more than 70 countries. ASU offers many ways for students to explore, engage and prepare for Peace Corps service after graduation.
The ASU Peace Corps Prep Certificate Program will help you acquire the knowledge, skills and experience needed to service in the U.S. Peace Corps.
PDF to Peace Corps Roadmap: https://eoss.asu.edu/sites/default/files/Peace_Corps_Roadmap_Flyer_3.pdf
Let us know you are open to speaking with other students about studying abroad or want to hear more information about returned student events.
To help you capitalize on the investment you made in studying abroad, learn how to leverage it as you grow as a working professional. Whether it's to land that sought-after internship, to go abroad again or to get your foot in the door in your desired industry, study abroad is a powerful springboard into your next step when you know how to articulate it appropriately.
You’ve successfully navigated another culture or cultures and now you’re returning home. Welcome back!
Coming home to the familiar can be exciting and comforting, as you’re able to re-connect with friends and family, eat favorite foods and enjoy the places and experiences that you missed while away. At the same time, you may feel homesick for where you studied, miss your new friends, be conflicted or confused about aspects of U.S. American culture or experience general feelings of frustration, sadness or upheaval. All of these feelings vary between individuals and are perfectly normal.
To help you reflect on your time abroad and navigate the variety of emotions that come along with returning home, we’ve put together some resources below.
Resources and Ideas for Reflection and Action
Personal Stories of Reverse Culture Shock - and How to Manage
"It allowed me to better lead a diverse set of teams by understanding that different cultures react to situations differently based on their cultural context."
"My favorite experience as a study abroad student was the ASU family that was created with fellow travelers and getting to expand the ASU family to another continent."
"Nothing can compare to learning from first-hand experiences that teach you about the world and how your field of study affect it, and I made friendships that will last my entire life!"