International Students

 Upcoming Events:

Deadlines for study abroad

  • Summer 2016
    • March 25, 2016
  • Fall 2016
    • March 25, 2016
  • Spring 2016
    • October 9, 2015

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Office Hours

International Programs Summer Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm. If you need to make an appointment, please call 477-1279.

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Exchange Programs

  • Students are provided with the opportunity to participate in an Exchange Program if it suits their academic and cultural interests. 
  • The three exchange programs offered at SU are major specific, but allow students to pay normal Ship tuition and then pay the host university for fees and accommodation.
    • The Aarhus School of Business (Denmark)

      • If you are a business major interested in the explosive growth of international and European commerce, Aarhus is the place to go.
      • Aarhus is Denmark's second largest city, the largest city on the Jutland peninsula, and the country's largest seaport. With a population of 300,000, Aarhus is called the "world's largest small city."
      • Main Page: 
      • Exchange Student Information 
    • Soonchunhyang University (South Korea)

      • The University is located in South Korea on the central west coast 1 1/2 hours from Seoul. Soonchunhyang University will provide a free room, partial reimbursement for your airfare and a weekly stipend.  This is an opportunity for all majors to study Asian culture.
      •  Main page:
      • Study Abroad Program Information  

    • University of Maastricht (Netherlands)

      • SU psychology students have the opportunity to participate in an exchange program in The Netherlands at the University of Maastricht hosted by the Faculty of Psychology.
      • Psych majors have the option to take courses to fulfill major requirements while living and studying in the oldest and one of the most beautiful cities in The Netherlands.
      • Psychology Exchange Student Program
    • Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland)

      • SU business students have the opportunity to study in Wroclaw, Poland at Wroclaw University of Economics, which offers classes in Economic Sciences, Engineering, Economics, Management, Computer Science, Finance, Regional Economy and Tourism. 
      • Museums, music houses, theaters, art galleries, restaurants, pubs and clubs are available throughout the city.  The university’s location in Poland sets it close to both Germany and Czech Republic. 
    • La Rochelle Business School (France)

      • If you are a business major who is poised to thrive in the global economy, La Rochelle Business School in La Rochelle, France is the right choice for you.

      • La Rochelle is the third largest tourist city in France. It is a port city located on the North Atlantic Coast of France, with its port being one of its main attractions. The student and faculty population in the town is 10,000, which makes the campus a lively place.

    • University of Lüneberg (Germany)

      • Main Page Website:
      • Open to all liberal arts/humanities majors
      • SU students are able to study in Luneberg, Germany at the Leuphana: University of Luneberg.
    • University of Gothenburg (Sweden)

      • Open to all liberal arts/humanities majors
      • Located on the western coast of Sweden, students will be able to learn in welcoming and unique environment.
      • Gothenburg is the third oldest University in Sweden
      • Website: