Do you want to learn more about study abroad?
Your very first step is to come to a Study Abroad 101 Info Session. You will learn the study abroad basics, how the process works, program options and cost.
Study Abroad 101 Sessions are held weekly throughout the semester.
Tues & Thurs, 12:30-1:15pm, GSU 327 on the following dates:
October 2, 9,14, 23, 28
November 4, 20
After you attend a Study Abroad 101 Session, make an appointment with an Advisor. Your Study Abroad Advisor depends on the college you are enrolled in.
For further information regarding the University's Study Abroad Program, please contact:
Advisor for Barney, Hillyer and ENHP
Advisor for A&S, CETA, Hartt and HAS
Check out our list of upcoming Study Abroad Events!
The mission of the Study Abroad Office is to help prepare you for the journey of a lifetime. With dozens of countries to consider for your study abroad, there's a special place that will work for everyone.
Study in English or study in another tongue. Go for a year, a semester, a summer or a winter—but just go! Take regular courses, participate in special programs, or intern in a variety of places while earning University of Hartford credits. At the Study Abroad Office, we strive to
answer all of your questions, including the ones you haven't even thought of yet.
The benefits of world travel are universal no matter where you study. Inspiration can be found anywhere you go, whether it's in the architecture of castles and cathedrals, the wilderness of the Outback, the mountain ranges of northern Italy, or the local community where you stay during your experience.
Every destination has a friendly and supportive program director or international office to guide you along the way, helping you get the most out of your time away. Each country, city, and university has its own distinctive character—something unique that will ultimately draw you to your best choice. So, let's get started exploring your future.
To say that my time abroad taught me more than I could ever learn in a traditional semester of school is an understatement because my time abroad was unlike anything I ever thought it would be!