June 23, 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.)
A Semester In A Fairytale City
CEA: Prague, Czech Republic
"Studying abroad, as cliche as it sounds, was one of the best experiences of my life. You learn so much about yourself and how to live with others, all while simultaneously learning about a new culture and how to survive when the signs are not all in English!"
Felt Like Home!
Arcadia: Dublin - University College Dublin
"I learned that putting yourself out there and going somewhere totally different where you don't know anyone is worth it. I had not connections in Ireland and it didn't matter. People are friendly and welcoming and I left feeling like I had found another home and built a little family of my own. "
So You Want To Go To Peru
SIT Study Abroad: Peru - Indigenous Peoples and Globalization
" I had the opportunity to go and see things that most other students don't. I truly did enjoy my experience abroad; however, there are some aspects of the program I feel need to change. I loved my fellow students on the program, our trips throughout the country, but there are things I would change about SIT. "