Studying abroad allows you to immerse yourself in a new environment, advance your studies and discover new ways of looking at our global society. With over 150 programs in more than 50 different countries, we offer ample opportunities to explore the world and take part in a global exchange of knowledge and perspectives.
As you investigate new places and ideas, you'll broaden your cultural awareness. By diving in and experiencing all that new locales and cultures have to offer, you'll have the chance to foster your own personal growth and empathy for others. And, of course, we'll ensure you're always supported, starting here in Denver with our Exploring Global Citizenship course.
The Places You'll See
The Benefits of Keystone Experiences
We're working to ensure that you have the opportunity to build a unique educational journey that helps you meet your goals and fully immerses you in each experience along the way. Keystone experiences are internships, community-engaged projects, research and entrepreneurial collaborations that can take place locally, nationally or globally. Talk to your advisor to see how study abroad can be a part of your Keystone Experience.
94% 94% of students in the College study abroad.
Student Embraces the Unexpected after Studying Abroad in Beijing
During her time studying abroad in Beijing, Kathleen Burns discovered that the most meaningful experiences are often the ones that aren't planned.
Learning Languages Supports Cultural Understanding
Alumna Katarina Guettlein (BA '21) majored in both art history and Italian. She began her degree in art history, but she soon discovered that Italian enriched her learning. Guettlein studied abroad in Torino, Italy, and believes that if you want to travel, study or live in another country, it’s imperative to learn the language.
Studying Abroad During the Chilean Protests
As a film studies and production major in DU’s Media, Film & Journalism Studies Department, Myles Goldstein knew that studying abroad in Chile would impact his own film projects—he just didn’t know how. He arrived in Valparaíso last fall with the hopes of a unique cultural experience, but in mid-October protests and riots erupted in Chile’s capitol, Santiago, and spread throughout the country.