The Study Abroad Office provides opportunities for undergraduate students to broaden their academic experience by adding an international component and experience to their curriculum.
COVID-19 Disclaimer and Updates
In accordance with the university’s current policies on international travel, Stevens Institute of Technology is accepting applications for study abroad and international exchange programs for the upcoming terms. Stevens allows travel to countries that are Level 1-3 with the Department of State’s travel advisory system. Travel to countries that are listed as Level 4 are only allowed on a case-by-case basis, depending on COVID levels. All students must sign a COVID acknowledgment form before being approved for any in-person education abroad programs. For additional information, please email [email protected] or book an appointment.
Why Study Abroad?
At Stevens, we challenge students to push boundaries, go further, and exceed expectations. Studying abroad provides an invaluable experience that adds another dimension to a student’s resume, and enhances opportunities for employment and professional studies. Students who study abroad are well known for being adaptive to different environments and situations, more dynamic and open to new challenges. A foreign experience contributes to a student’s personal growth, including an understanding of and appreciation for different people, cultures, languages and educational programs, in addition to being an enriching experience full of fun and discovery.
Take the Next Step...
Stevens students have the option of studying abroad virtually anywhere in the world through our affiliated providers, by choosing one of our exchange partner universities, or a direct enrollment at an international university. Shorter options include intersession programs, summer courses, research, internships and service abroad. Because studying abroad is one of the vital aspects of a world-class education, we strive to accommodate students of all majors by developing and organizing a wide range of study abroad programs. Take the next step and schedule a meeting to discuss your options.