The Office of International Programs is excited to invite you to kick off our inaugural celebration of International Education Week in the Tran Library main lobby. This is part of a national celebration of the power and importance of international education.
Study abroad is an opportunity to earn Pacific University academic credit for courses taken at a foreign university or taught by a Pacific University faculty member in another country.
Pacific University offers study abroad programs which allow students to study abroad for a semester or an entire academic year. Students can also participate in short-term study abroad programs offered typically during the winter term or in early summer.
Where will you go next year? You decide. See all our study abroad program locations.
Note: All students intending to study abroad for a semester or year or for summer, are REQUIRED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT with Spresa Halimi prior to beginning the application process.
Please feel free to email us if you have any questions:
Study Abroad program information for semester/ Academic year programs:
General information/ Application procedures for semester/ Academic year programs:
Undergraduate travel courses, short-term graduate study abroad or international clinical placements:
Study Abroad Pre-Advising (Optional) New!
Are you interested in studying abroad, but hesitating to get the ball rolling?
Are you looking for a general idea about studying abroad first?
We are here for you! Please swing by the Office of International Programs at AuCoin 114/112.5, or contact Atsuko Rothberg.
If you want to chat with a study abroad returnee, come to our office:
Mondays: 10:30am - 11:30am
Thursdays: 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Wednesdays: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Also, we would like to encourage you to check this out.
An Easy Three Step Process
1. Set up a 30 min Advising Appointment with Shpresa
Note: Shpresa is unavailable for appointments through March 20th. Please schedule appointments with Atsuko Rothberg in the meantime.
2. Submit a Study Abroad Application (Internal Nomination Process)
Dec. 1: Petition
Feb. 10: All other programs
3. Submit Application to partner university/ study abroad provider
Read more detailed information about the application process.
Have you ever wondered what opportunities exist to study and travel abroad as a Pacific student? You are invited to attend the International Opportunities Fair on the U.C. Patio on October 5 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
During the Pacific Hall renovation, the Office of International Programs is on Tran 2F. Visit us in rooms 233 and 234!