Here at SAGE, we are deeply committed to helping you experience the world. Studying abroad offers innumerable possibilities. Not only will you visit other countries and cultures, you will grow as an individual, deepen and enhance your academics, as well as expand and diversify your professional opportunities.
As technology makes the world smaller and brings cultures together an essential skill in any professional field is understanding how to navigate the cross-cultural workplace. Spending time abroad you will give you a deeper understanding of culture, creativity, innovation, and multiple perspectives on your chosen field.
Not convinced that your experience abroad will be worth your time? Don’t take it from us, read what experts have to say:
So what are you waiting for? Make an appointment to meet with SAGE!
These programs are planned directly by ERAU faculty. There are two different ERAU faculty led program models:
A duration of 4-6 weeks during the summer. Some programs are specifically tailored toward a certain degree program, while others encompass all majors. The entirety of the program takes place abroad.
Semester-long on-campus course work with required travel during the winter or summer breaks. Travel duration is approximately 2 weeks and is a required course component.
All of the courses are taught in English (except language courses), and at least one of the courses is taught by ERAU faculty. You will travel with a group of ERAU students, so you should feel right at home with your fellow Eagles.
Check out our Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs for 2018 and start your new adventure today!
These programs are open to students at our partner universities interested in studying at Embry-Riddle. The Prescott Campus offers world class degree programs in Aviation Education , Aerospace, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Global Security and Intelligence, Meteorology, Business Administration, and Space Physics. It's where dreams take flight!
Learn more by contacting Kelly O'Brien, Director of SAGE.
This is for Embry-Riddle students interested in studying abroad at a partner university. Are you looking to study abroad but have not yet found a program provided at Embry-Riddle that suits your needs or interests? Then an exchange might be the right choice for you! Participating in an exchange program gives students the opportunity to take courses directly at a foreign partner institution.
Not seeing your dream study abroad program offered by Embry-Riddle? You can study abroad with a program provider. This type of study abroad program allows students the flexibility to choose from a variety of courses and destinations not offered at ERAU. By completing the required pre-departure steps, students can ensure access to various ERAU resources such as financial aid and scholarships, and continuous enrollment status at the university.
Learn more by visiting our Program Providers page.
If cost is an issue for your dreams of studying abroad, check out our list of available scholarships and incredible funding resources. Funding should not be a barrier for your studies abroad. In addition to your own research for the scholarships that work best for you, our list of internal and national external scholarships can help you find exactly what you're looking for.
Learn more by visiting our Study Abroad Scholarships page.
Looking for inspiration? Embry-Riddle students have been all around the globe on once-in-a-lifetime journeys that enriched their studies and lives. Before beginning your own study abroad travel with us, you can learn from our past students' experiences!
Check out reviews, stories, and photos provided by your classmates by visiting our In Their Own Words page.
Calling all language learners, students with an interest in global cultures, those who would like to “study abroad at home” and international students who would like to engage in cross-cultural exchange. We have a great new housing option for you!
"When you arrive to a place you’ve never been to, a place where you do not speak the language, a place you will be exploring, millions of emotions run through your head. You can be excited, scared, sad, and happy all at once. However, when it is time to leave, you do not want to. It is then when you realize, ‘I will be visiting this place again someday!"