Study Abroad Opportunities
Enhance your UND education and take your studies to another country.
UND offers opportunities to spend time studying abroad over spring break, for a semester or a full academic year!
Where can I study abroad?
Discover programs and study abroad locations.
It's never too early to start planning. We recommend starting this process at least one year before the term you plan to study abroad, as applications are due the term before you intend to go. It is true that any major can study abroad - with appropriate planning. Follow the steps below to get started:
1. Create your Study Abroad Profile and Explore Program Options
Create a Study Abroad Profile using your UND.edu log-in. Fill out the intake survey and browse through UND's program portfolio. Review the different program models and tips for selecting a program for more details.
2. Attend a Study Abroad 101 Session
Attend a 30-minute session in the Memorial Union or watch the recorded Study Abroad 101 session before making an appointment with the Study Abroad office. Study Abroad 101 covers the basics of study abroad at UND.
3. Meet with your Academic Advisor
Set up a meeting with your Academic Advisor to discuss how study abroad can fit into your academic plan and what classes to look for abroad. Use the Academic Planning page for tips on getting started and questions to ask your Advisor.
4. Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor
After completing the previous steps, you can set up a meeting on Starfish with a Study Abroad Advisor. Study Abroad Advisors help you navigate the application process, review program options, and plan for your time abroad.
5. Set a Budget
Where are our students going?
Here are some of the most popular destinations among UND students.
- The United Kingdom
What majors are going abroad the most?
These are the 10 most common UND majors that are going abroad.
- Political Science
- Commercial Aviation
- Elementary Education
- International Studies
3. What terms are students going abroad?
Here, you can find information regarding what terms UND students are chosing to study abroad.
In what year are students going abroad?
This shows the trend of what year UND students are in when they choose to go abroad.