Not only does study abroad help you improve your language skills, it pushes you out of your comfort zone to experience a new culture and environment. This encourages you to develop resilience and gives you much needed life skills for the future. Undergraduates can explore study abroad options through the links below, checking out the programs early so they can begin to plan for time abroad. Graduate students should note our international research exchange with the University of Bologna, the oldest university in Europe.
Due to the nature of our disciplines, contact with the cultures and languages of study is essential to academic development. To facilitate this, we coordinate international teaching opportunities for graduate students. We also help coordinate international research exchanges through our university partners.
We have a long-established teaching exchange program with Université de Lille 3 – Charles de Gaulle in France through which participants spend a year teaching English to university students.
We also have a summer teaching opportunity for students of the Italian program. Participants travel abroad with Indiana University’s Florence Study Abroad program, teaching Italian to Indiana University students.