Find a program you’ll love
As a student, you can participate in an international experience in more than 50 countries. Each school has signature program offerings of different type, structure, and duration. Explore the resources below to find a program that best fits your goals and educational objectives.
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Global Opportunities Portal
Browse the WUSTL Global Opportunities Portal for specific information about a range of programs and activities.
Opportunities by School
Start exploring opportunities and consult the School websites listed below to find out more and connect with a program advisor.
International and Graduate Program Coordinator
Associate Professor of Medicine
Caline Mattar, MD
Experiential and Service-Learning Opportunities
Looking for an opportunity to translate theory into real-world experience? There are a number of international programs that allow you to apply and gain hands-on knowledge.
- The Center for Experiential Learning offers a unique international immersive experience through the Madagascar Sustainability Initiative.
- WashU Engineers Without Borders student chapter partners with communities around the world to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally sustainable, equitable, and economical engineering projects.
Sometimes, international experiences are integrated into a course. A few examples are highlighted below. For more information, review WashU’s Course Listings.
- Rome: The First 2,000 Years (Art History and Archeology 4395) offers students an overview of the history, topography, art, and architecture of the city of Rome and includes a week-long trip to Rome over Spring Break.
- International Experience (E33 EECE 411) focuses on issues related to energy and the environment in a global context and includes a visit to a McDonnell Academy partner institution.
International Fellowships and Scholarships
WashU provides specialized advising for undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni to identify and apply for a number of national and international fellowships and scholarships. Visit Washington University Fellowship Advising to learn more about competitive scholarships for study outside the United States such as the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, Rhodes Scholarship, the Gates Cambridge Award, the Boren Graduate Fellowship, the DAAD Study Scholarship & Research Grants, and a wide range of other opportunities.
- Find a Fellowship
- How to Apply
- Fellowship Advisors
- Nationally Competitive Scholarships Information Sessions