May 26, 2018
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.)
Indescribable, Amazing Experience
IES Abroad: Quito - IES Abroad in Quito
"It's hard to put into words what I gained from my experience because I feel like I don't totally understand everything I learned there yet. Obviously I learned a lot about a different country and culture, and the knowledge I obtained in my classes. But I think I am still figuring out the personal growth aspect of my experience. ..."
A Mind Opening, Comfort Zone Breaking Adventure
Arcadia: Dublin - University College Dublin
"I gained an appreciation for a world and a culture much bigger than myself. Compared to Europe, America is basically a new country, and Europe was just so full of history, cultures, and traditions to learn and partake in. I also found a strength and an ability in myself that I wasn't sure I had- I jumped headfirst into situation..."
A Growing Experience
IFSA: Dunedin - University of Otago
"I gained a lot more independence. By the end of the semester I could live and travel completely by myself, I felt totally self-sufficient. I also met some great people and made connections that will last for a long time. "
I Miss It Already
IFSA: Auckland - University of Auckland
"While I'm not sure I can truthfully say that I actually learned how to cook (I did do it, but I'm still not great), I did learn a lot about being independent and how to survive in a completely foreign environment - and yes, it was completely worthwhile and I would do it again in an instant. "