Study Abroad

Melissa Chen, RBS Class of 2014, enjoying so free time in Macau while doing her Study Abroad in China.As part of our commitment to experiential learning, we encourage all of our students to spend at least a semester abroad.  And, it couldn't be easier because  Rutgers University has its own extensive and highly regarded study abroad program.   Open any newspaper, or look at any newscast, and it becomes abundantly clear that this generation of college students needs to be an active member of the global community.  To travel and learn abroad is increasingly important no matter where a student's interests lie - aspiring CEO's, Doctors, Lawyer's, Artists, Activists and Politicians need this experience and they can get it at the Honors College.

The Honors College staff works closely with its students, The Office of Student Affairs, and the Study Abroad Office to help our students take advantage, of what is for many, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Our students can count on receiving help with picking an appropriate program, applying, finding and securing financial aid, and always having someone you can easily reach at the university.  To learn more about Rutgers' Study Abroad program visit their web-site at Rutgers Study Abroad.

 

Top left: Melissa Chen, RBS Class of 2014, enjoying so free time in Macau while doing her Study Abroad in China. 

Bottom right:  Tashiah Singleton, NCAS & CJ Class of 2012 spent her Study Abroad experience in Italy in the spring of 2011. This photo was taken in Pisa, Italy.