Get out of here! Challenge yourself to learn anew and interact with people from around the world - people who have been raised in a different culture and tradition. Give yourself the chance to open new doors. You'll be surprised at what you might find when you do.
Get started today.
Step 1: Search for the Best Program for You
Search for your study abroad program at our online application system, Horizons. You can search by your major or field of study, location, term, length of program, provider, or language. If you're not sure where to start, complete this form and a representative from the Education Abroad Office will contact you.
Step 2: Bring Your Questions to Open Advising
Join us any Monday at 3:00 or Thursday at 11:00 in Blackburn 135 for any question you have about the application, funding, or anything else you're curious about.
Step 3: Meet with an Advisor
After you've attended an Open Advising session, we're happy to help answer any questions
you may have about the program or programs you're considering. That's what we do -
provide more detail and help you narrow down your options as well as talk with you
about funding if you can't attend a Scholarship Workshop.
We accept walk-ins but sometimes we're busy and can't see you right away. The best way to ensure we're available is to schedule an appointment. It's easy: Click on Advising Appointments on the left sidebar of this page to schedule an appointment with your Education Abroad Advisor.
We're located in suite 131 Blackburn, in the North Wing.
Step 4: Apply for the Program and for Scholarships
In order to make applying easier for you and to protect the environment, we have an
online application. Once you have found a program you're interested in, make sure to read the Deadlines info so you aren't late! The Policies and Procedures page might help you understand the application process if you have questions.
The scholarship application is within the MSU Scholarship system, which is linked through your MyGate account. The scholarship deadline for your program is the same date as the program application deadline. Remember that you cannot be considered for a scholarship if you haven't completed the program application. To read more about funding and the money we want to give you, check out our Funding site.