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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER - STUDY ABROAD

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER - STUDY ABROAD

PROGRAM TYPES
for Study Abroad

SDSU Faculty-Led Programs

All Faculty-Led study abroad programs are short-term (generally 1.5 to 6 weeks), taught and led a SDSU professor and available to both SDSU students and general public. The College of Extended Studies coordinates most faculty-led programs. Most programs have between 15 to 30 students and run during the summer, but there are also many winter and spring-break options. The faculty leader is the program is a main point of contact.

Program fees vary by program, but all grant resident credits.


Faculty-Led programs are a great match for many students because

  • You can gain initial exposure to a new culture and possibly language
  • You can enroll in specific SDSU catalog course (faculty-led programs)
  • Most programs are generally focused on a particular topic or theme
  • Some academic programs may not easily accommodate a longer stay overseas

Eligibility requirements

  • GPA and language eligibility requirements vary.

For more information

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER
5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182-5101 Tel: 619-594-1982 Fax: 619-594-1973 Email: isc.reception@sdsu.edu