Turn the world into your classroom.
Study abroad and explore your academic goals in an international setting and global environment. The experience of living in a new country will build your self-confidence, add valuable skills to your toolbox, and will alter how you view yourself, the world, and your own country.
Spending a summer, semester, or year abroad can be a wonderful, life-changing experience. Experience foreign cultures, taste new foods and grow in your understanding of the world while you travel and see new lands.
Why Study Abroad?
- Travel to other countries
- Explore new cultures
- Learn a foreign language
- Earn academic credit
- Gain skills that future employers will value
My study abroad experience was fantastic.
“The people I met and the places I visited gave me a great appreciation for what it means to be a global citizen. To be somewhat cliché, I found the saying ‘more connects us than separates us’ to be wholly true. I gained a stronger understanding of cultural differences and a deeper respect for global challenges. I am extremely grateful for my experiences abroad and would highly recommend students take advantage of global learning experiences!”
Frank Heter ’17
Read what they’re saying about study abroad.
“Studying abroad gave me a confidence boost and helped improve self-esteem. The experiences forced me to step out of my comfort zone. Keep your mind and heart open and the experience will profoundly change you. Keystone has helped me achieve my goals and reap success.
“My summer internship in London conducting behavioral research for Sodexo was amazing. It was challenging, exciting and fun. I was able to fly to Paris for a weekend and also spent a week in Italy before returning to the United States. I would never have had this wonderful opportunity if it weren’t for Keystone.”
“My trip to Belize really opened my eyes to all the wonderful and beautiful things that are going on in the world every day. If I had to summarize it in one sentence, it would simply be; Best spring break ever! With no exaggeration.”