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Study Abroad

A Guide to provide information to students interested in the Education and Study Abroad programs at Rowan University

Introduction

 

Take on a new level of independence.  Meet new people, make new friends.  Get outside your comfort zone.  Learn a new language.  Expand your horizons, broaden your perspective.  Grow as a person.  Be an ambassador.  Make life-long memories.  Enhance your career. Take your first step to becoming a global citizen.  Change your life.  There are a lot of reasons to participate in a study abroad program. This Guide is provided as a supplement to the Rowan University's Education Abroad. It provides links to the Education Abroad Office and to a selection of sites that may be helpful. 


 

The World is a book and those who do not travel read only a page ~ Saint Augustine

Rowan U. Study Abroad

 

For more information, go directly to the Education Abroad website

Rowan University Education Abroad

At the Education Abroad Office, it is our goal to ensure that students have the opportunity to participate in a program that is academically challenging, professionally relevant and personally engaging. Study abroad inspires and informs students, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to effectively become global citizens by engaging local and global communities. We are devoted to providing and developing safe and affordable programs while expanding participation and increasing diversity. All of our programs are carefully designed to transform students through academically challenging, personally engaging and professionally relevant programs.(source: website)

Program Options 

Students can earn Rowan credit by studying abroad through any of the approved partner organizations or partner university programs.

Eligibility, Deadlines, and Application

It's best to apply early! Be sure to give yourself several weeks to complete the application stress-free!

Faculty Led Programs

The Education Abroad Office offers faculty the opportunity to lead a program abroad or teach a course abroad. All current Rowan students are able to participate.

Study Abroad Alumni

One of the best things you can do after your study abroad program is to share your experience with other prospective students at Rowan! Becoming an alumni ambassador gives you the opportunity to intern through your partner organization while living on Rowan's campus.


For more information, go directly to the Education Abroad website

Where to go?

Preparation

Language and Cullture

Language Related


Culture and Etiquette

Other Useful Library Guides

Terms & Contact Info

 

This Library Research Guide was developed and is maintained by Bruce Whitham. It is posted on the Rowan University Libraries' Research Guides site and provides an initiation to the study of the history and cultures of the Caribbean region. Rowan University Libraries' Research Guides are hosted on the Springshare LibGuides Portal, to which Rowan University Libraries subscribes.  Please send comments, suggestions, and corrections to Bruce Whitham via email.

Rowan University makes no claim to freely available websites nor does it accept responsibility for the information or opinions expressed by those who have created or authored the content or by those who are quoted on the sites.

The use of this guide infers acceptance of the Terms of Use, spelled out on the Rowan University Libraries site. If you do not agree to abide by these terms you are required to leave the site.  


Contact Information
Bruce Whitham, Research & Instructional Services. Email: Whitham@rowan.edu. Tel: 856-256-4979 

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do
than by the ones you did do.
  ~Mark Twain