Study Abroad Programs enable you to attend a university in another country for one semester and, for some programs, an entire academic year.
In most cases, SDSU has a cooperative agreement with the university abroad ensuring that the classes you take are transferable to your SDSU permanent academic record. You maintain enrollment status at SDSU while attending a college outside the United States.
Most of the programs require that you pay SDSU full-time basic tuition and fees for each semester abroad.
SDSU-approved programs: eligibility for financial aid
You may receive financial aid for SDSU-approved study abroad programs.
Funding is limited in duration
Financial aid for most study abroad programs is limited to:
An undergraduate student not having attended more than 2 semesters abroad.
- A graduate student not having attended more than 1 semester abroad in a graduate course of study.
Find out about SDSU scholarships that are available when you are studying abroad.