The Seattle University Education Abroad Office oversees student study abroad programs. There are opportunities to study abroad for a quarter, semester, or full school year. Most of these programs are aimed at undergraduate students, as there are a very limited number of classes one can take as a graduate student and receive transfer credit.
In addition to Seattle University's study abroad opportunities, Albers offers a number of short-term courses abroad lead by faculty members, and exchange programs.
Study Tour Courses are two week in-country classes. The groups explore a country to learn about the culture and history, but also visit local companies for presentations on international business topics. The subject of the course is dependent upon which class you are taking. Classes are given in marketing, economics, e-commerce, to name a few.
Students attend pre-departure classes to familiarize you with the country you are going to visit and begin your class report, which is due at the end of the course. Upon your return, there is a course briefing.
June 17-27, 2020
Program cost: $2,999 (excluding airfare)
Safari cost (optional): $375
For more information, visit the South Africa Study Tour page.
August 30-September 12, 2020
Program cost: $3,000 (excluding airfare)
For more information, visit the European Union Study Tour page.
September 2-14, 2020
Program cost: $2,600 (excluding airfare)
For more information, visit the Sansepolcro Study Tour page.
September 5-18, 2020
Program cost: $2,750 (excluding airfare)
For more information, visit the India Study Tour page.
September 15-21, 2020
Program cost: $2,400 (excluding airfare)
For more information, visit the Italian Dolomites page.
The Education Abroad Office provides a list of global opportunities that are great fits for Albers students. Programs in Beijing, China; Seoul, South Korea; Madrid, Spain; and Tokyo, Japan are just a few of the programs suggested for Albers undergraduate students. Undergraduate students interested in studying abroad are required to complete the following five steps in order: