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Program Options

The Center for International Education offers programs that allow students to study abroad in another country or in another part of the US. Financial aid and residential credit applies to all of the following programs. The programs include:

CSU International Programs

This is the system-wide overseas study program of the CSU system. Programs are all one year in length to allow students to get the most out of study abroad experience, personally and academically.

  • Programs in 18 different countries
  • Coursework available for numerous majors
  • Not all programs require prior language study
  • Students receive assistance from a Resident Director or local staff once overseas

CSUEB Exchange Program
CSUEB exchange programs are one-to-one exchanges with another university overseas. You will be responsible for paying CSUEB fees while your tuition at the host university is waived. Semester and year-long options are available, depending on location.

  • Coursework available for numerous majors
  • No foreign language study required prior to exchange
  • Students receive assistance from local staff when overseas

International Student Exchange Program (ISEP)
Through ISEP, students have the opportunity to study in one of over 50 countries for a semester or academic year.  Some summer programs are also available.

National Student Exchange (NSE)
This program allows students to study in another university within the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico. Length of stay ranges from one quarter to one school year.

Italy 2020 Summer Program
This four-week experience will immerse CSUEB students in historical architectural environments in Orvieto, Italy, and challenge them to develop cutting-edge virtual and augmented reality experiences and prototypes.

Germany 2020 Summer Program
This program broadly addresses literature focused on African American themes published in the late 20th and 21st centuries. In summer 2020, our study abroad course will narrow that focus to study several works about African American issues written by contemporary authors that use Berlin as a key setting.

Greece 2020 Summer Program
Students will learn to navigate a new country as they immerse themselves in areas, which might include Greek university student life, politics, history, popular culture, the arts, street art, culinary arts, architecture, the club scene, and the refugee crisis, to name several.

Non-CSUEB Programs

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