October 20, 2017
The Study Abroad program at Trinity University is designed to be accessible and flexible. With proper planning, students from every major can study abroad productively in many different countries around the world as a part of their degree.
This is possible because Trinity's program is based on individually advising each student so that the term abroad becomes an integral part of the degree that meets academic, personal, and professional goals. As a result Trinity students participate in a wide variety of academic experiences abroad from studying in a foreign university classroom to academic internships to intensive language study to field studies - or a some combination of these things.
Important Dates and Deadlines
October 18th, last day to begin an application for Spring
October 25th, last day to turn in an application for Spring
October 31sth, last day to turn in Trinity forms (for Credit Approval, etc.)
Scotia's Darling Seat
Arcadia: Edinburgh - University of Edinburgh
"It was definitely a worthwhile time. I learned a lot of things about myself, by being in a new place where I didn't know anyone. I learned about other cultures and their perspectives by having international friends. I learned about literature, and I learned about Scotland."
Finding A Second Home
IFSA-Butler: Ireland - Maynooth University
"My experience abroad was SO worthwhile. I learned about how to be more independent and especially grew in my self-confidence. I learned how to navigate random new cities without Internet, how to make friends quickly in hostels, how to force myself out of my comfort zone in order to have exciting new experiences, how to allow mys..."
The Summer Of A Lifetime!
DIS Copenhagen: Summer
"My time abroad allowed me to become more independent. This was the first time I had been abroad by myself and I was a little nervous for it. But as soon as I got there, I was greeted by DIS staff that was friendly and made the transition easy. "