International experience as a graduate student is a valuable opportunity to add a global perspective to career knowledge or research.
Graduate students often find a term overseas enhances their global competency – strengthening their ability to recognize their own and others’ perspectives, furthering an ability to communicate cross-culturally, and enhancing a grasp of their field within U.S. culture and internationally.
As a graduate student at the University of St. Thomas, intercultural and international topics and texts are integrated throughout your degree. Capitalize on that foundation by pursuing a portion of your studies in a new environment.
Search for St. Thomas short-term faculty-led programs during J-Term, Fall/Spring (embedded), and Summer-Term
Fulfill the global component requirement of the Flex MBA program through a J-Term or summer program. Visit the Opus College of Business Study Abroad page for current options.
Take up to three courses towards the M.A. in Catholic Studies while spending a spring semester studying in Italy.
Identify an ABA-accredited program in a location of interest, and spend a summer pursuing law school abroad. Review complete process and policies on the Law School Study Abroad page.
Costs, deadlines, and application process vary by program. Visit specific program pages for complete details.
Visit Graduate Financial Aid for information on applying for aid, and what types of costs are covered. For specific program costs, visit the program page.
Graduate Grants and Scholarships are available through St Thomas and outside organizations.
Study Abroad Policies for Graduate Students