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Explore CSULB Programs

How to Research and Select a Program:

In order to maximize your study abroad experience as a whole, you will need to think about where you want to study and how you plan to incorporate these experiences into your studies.
Consider the following questions as you explore the searchable database to find programs suitable for your area of study, geographic interests, and career goals.

You can also search by a specific type of study abroad program. For more information, email

Do you have a specific subject area (major/minor) that you want to focus on while abroad?
How much time do you want to spend abroad?
How does study abroad fit into your degree completion requirements?
Does the program have language requirements? If so, do you meet the requirements?
Is obtaining academic credit important or do you want to go mainly for the experience or to explore family roots?

Geographic Interests
What countries, cultures, languages interest you?
Are there events or issues happening in the location that intrigue you and that you would like to learn more about?

What is your budget?
Are you in need of financial assistance to help finance your program?

Career Path
Are you interested in participating in an internship or service learning opportunity while abroad?
What will boost résumé and/or graduate school applications?