A Seattle U degree in International Studies provides you plenty of chances to put your intellect and your expertise to work outside the classroom and the library. Make a change through community engagement or an internship with a nonprofit organization; take up professional development opportunities to hone your skills; apply for fellowships or conduct research with faculty.
As a key part of our Jesuit education, we think about you as a whole person, not just a student, so we encourage you to explore how to complement your academic focus with activities to suit your needs and interests.
Explore a few ideas below.
Majors earn grants to fund research, graduate school, & and travel abroad.
Gain professional skills, contacts, and advice to pursue your career goals.
Explore where you want to take your life: we help you navigate future personal and professional pathways.
Improve your language skills, appreciate other cultures, overcome challenges of living in another country.
Explore these great opportunities to conduct research as an International Studies major
See these opportunities to serve local communities and for service-learning courses.
Study Abroad and International Photography Competition
Organizing the SU community to support displaced people around the world.
Advocates for freedom, justice, equal rights, and self-determination for the Palestinian people.
"I learned to respectfully relate with people from other cultures, while adapting to their social norms." Ruth Yohannes '19
Felipe Murtinho, PhD
Student Executive Council (SEC) Representative