Short-Term and Summer Programs Abroad
Studying abroad on a short-term program is a great option for those who want the experience of studying overseas but are unable to go for a semester or year.
These MSU short-term study abroad programs are open to MSU students, non-MSU students, and community members who receive approval to travel on these programs. Students may use financial aid to pay for short-term study abroad programs, but only when registering for a minimum of 6 credits. Students considering financial aid should contact the Financial Aid Office immediately. See the specific program below to determine application deadlines.
MSU Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs for 2015-2016
Programs are currently under review and will be added to the website as they are approved. Check back for a full list of Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs to be offered during this academic year.
Click above to learn more about the processes and procedures for leading a group abroad. If you have questions, contact the Study Abroad Office at email@example.com or (406) 994-7151.
The MSU International Travel Policy requires that all University travelers must register their international travel prior to departure. This includes faculty, staff and students. To learn more about the travel policy and find resources, please visit the International Travel Resource website.
If you are a faculty member interested in leading a short-term program abroad, please visit the Faculty Led Program Proposal website for more information.
Additional Short-Term Study Abroad Programs
To search for other short-term study abroad program, especially offered during summer, please visit https://www.montana.edu/international/studyabroad/go/.