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Study Abroad

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Find us online!

We excited to announce the brand new NPU Study Abroad YouTube page. Check out the three-part series on our page about how to Study Abroad. Oh, and don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @NPUinternational!

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Study Abroad Fair

Monday, September 9, from 10:30am-12pm in the Johnson Center Lobby. The study abroad fair comes around once a year and it’s the best time to learn first-hand about all of the different study abroad opportunities at NPU. RSVP here!

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Study Abroad in Ecuador!

Limited spots are still available to study Spanish in Cuenca, Ecuador. Join NPU faculty and students during the Spring 2020 semester, Quad A. Questions? Email Dr. Linda Craft

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Gilman Scholarship Info Session

Do you receive a Pell-grant? Have you considered studying abroad? Join the Office of International Affairs on Friday, 9/13 at 10:30am (JC 155) to learn about how to apply for the Gilman International Scholarship Program and earn up to $5000 towards a study abroad program.  RSVP here!

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Study Abroad Application Deadlines

We are still accepting North Park University study abroad applications for Spring 2020 programs! Remember – you may also be required to complete additional application materials for your program.


Apply to Study Abroad

Now accepting applications for Spring 2020 programs due September 10, 2019

Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 program applications due February 1, 2020


Contact the Study Abroad Advisor

Study abroad programs are part of the Office of International Affairs at North Park University, which connects students with off-campus study through a variety of programs.

Tessa Zanoni
Assistant Director of the Office of International Affairs

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