Education Abroad Programs

Stockton University provides you the following education abroad programs (read more details of each program below): 

EA Types 


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Study Abroad at Stockton Global Partner Institutions 

Stockton University is working with a variety of universities across countries to estalbish partnerships to provide the unique study abroad opportunities for our students. 

Please see here for the list of Stockton's Global Partner InstitutionsPlease click on each institutions to see their website and student exchange details.

If you're interested in certain institutions, please contact oge@stockton.edu to discuss your nomination and application. 

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Study Abroad via Third-party Providers

Stockton University collaborates with a series of third-party providers to provide a variety of study abroad programs for our students.

These providers have put together diverse study abroad programs across countries and disciplines for our students, including courses taught at various universities or study centers, robust housing options ranging from appartments to homestays, interesting and educational excursions, international health insurance, on site support, as well as scholarships and discounts. 

You may also check the following education abroad providers for more details about their programs. 

AIFS Study Abroad

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CEA

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CIEE

 

 
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SAI Programs

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An academic course combinging traditional classroom learning with short-term studying abroad  

Stockton offers several different Faculty-Led Programs  (FLPs) to our students.

In order to apply to these programs, you must FIRST contact the faculty to get their permission to be registered in the course. 

See what Faculty-Led Programs are currently offered.

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Study Abroad via Petition 

You may petition to Stockton for permission to participate in a specific education abroad program.

Your Petition is subject to be reviewed by your Academic Advisor/Preceptor, Dean, and the Director of the Office of Global Engagement, and is not guaranteed to receive approval.

Students petitioning to participate in an unapproved Education Abroad program are required to: 

  1. Schedule an appointment with staff at Office of Global Engagement
  2. Complete the Petition Form 
  3. Submit all required addition documentation and supporting evidence as stated in the Petition

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Virtual Programs 

In order to create more access to intercultural experience, we are working on creating and designing a variety of virtual programs to meet our students' needs. 

Global Virtual/Remote Internships provide students with the chance to gain practical 21st century skills and international experience without leaving their home. 

Please contact oge@stockton.edu for more information. 


Get a FREE Passport and Earn a Trip to Greece by Taking Greek

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Stockton University is prioritizing the goal to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in educational study abroad programs.

Stockton University together with the IIE American Passport Project is offering the opportunity for students to earn a free passport and travel to Greece for rising sophomore students who register for and complete 1 year (2 semesters) of either Modern or Ancient Greek and who:

  • Have NOT owned a passport
  • Are eligible for Pell Grants
  • Enroll in Modern or Ancient Greek for the 2021-2022 Academic semester

The cost of the passport will be free of charge. Hotel and Flight accommodations are also free of charge. The total cost of the trip will be $300 per students.

Please contact Professor David Roessel at David.Roessel@stockton.eduBY June 30  to sign up or for more information.

 

Info Session

Tuesday, June 22 at 2:30pm