Home to a unique culture rooted in water & agricultural foundations of the ancient Inca empire, recently ranked as top global culinary destination, and one of the 8 World Wonders, Peru is undoubtedly the destination for sustainable travel.Read more
UW STUDY ABROAD – APPLICATION DEADLINES for SUMMER 2019, EARLY FALL 2019 and AUTUMN 2019
If you’re considering study abroad in 2019 please take note of the upcoming deadlines:
January 15: application deadline for exchange programs starting inSummer 2019
January 31: application deadline for Summer 2019 UW programs
February 15: application deadlines for Early Fall Start 2019 and Autumn 2019 UW Programs
For more information about programs accepting applications visit:
We have programs varying in length from 3 weeks to 4 weeks to a full quarter, or a semester or full year abroad.
Last Info Session for Scan|Design scholarship for study abroad in Denmark/ Jan 9th 11am/ $7, 500 a semester
The last info session will be held Wednesday January 9th at 11:00am in the Study Abroad Office (Schmitz 459).
Please let your students know that it’s not too late to apply for funding and a UW study abroad program in Denmark.
Summer 2019 Design/Build Studio in Sweden – “A” Term – June 14th, 2019 – July 14th, 2019
In collaboration with students from HDK-Steneby, a crafts school based in Gothenberg, but physically located in Dals Langed, we will collaborate to create a landmark sculptural observation tower, as a feature that provides an identity and wayfinding mechanism for the community.
Applications are now open for the Exploration Seminar, Natural and Cultural History of Costa Rica. This course is a 5 credit Study Abroad course (see notes below about credits) and the travel dates fall in between Summer and Autumn quarters (Program dates: 8/27/19 – 9/19/19).Read more
Study Abroad Program (Summer 2019):
Program on the Environment Taiwan: Exploring Environmental and Social Resilience
Travel around Taiwan to explore cases of social and environmental resilience. Interact with local students, experts, and communities to compare resilience and adaptation challenges and strategies between Taiwan and Washington State.