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As you form your academic and career goals, we encourage you to incorporate planning for a study abroad experience into your academic advising, career counseling appointments and visits with faculty. Starting the process early can help ensure that your study abroad experience can be fundamentally linked to your career interests and degree progress.
ASU Study Abroad programs are academically rigorous, and all participants will earn ASU credit and grades for courses completed on any Study Abroad Office program. We want to help you succeed in and out of the classroom abroad, so we encourage you to review all of the resources available here for current, future and past study abroad students. There are five program types.
The academic details you need to know vary depending on the type of study abroad program you choose. Review the following information for an overview of the five types of programs offered by the ASU Study Abroad Office. Program length varies, but the following time frames are a general rule of thumb.
Shorter Term or Longer Term: