Plan Your Trip

Ian Jefferson '20 and Hannah Synder '20 in Austria on the International Chorale trip. Ian Jefferson '20 and Hannah Synder '20 in Austria on the International Chorale trip.

A big wide, world of opportunities

Being a Monmouth student means that literally a world of opportunities is opened to you. Opportunities include spending a semester conducting research in one of the nation’s most prestigious laboratories, learning about the culture of the Yucatán Peninsula, studying in Scotland, and getting an inside view of how the federal government works.

Our international and domestic global engagement opportunities are the perfect complement to your field of study – they also open you to new possibilities. Programs give students an opportunity to explore different perspectives of the human condition in a global community in a setting that is intellectually challenging and aesthetically inspiring.

Getting there

Pay the same to study abroad

While some global programs require proficiency in a language other than English, most do not. Most full-semester or year-long programs cost about the same as on-campus study, except for travel expenses and incidentals. Students may use their Monmouth financial aid for approved programs. Travel grants are often available to help offset the cost of short-term trips.

Global programs are open to sophomores, juniors and seniors who are in good academic standing and approved by the dean of students.

The application process

All programs require an application and some paperwork in advance of your trip. We encourage students thinking about studying abroad or short term trips to talk to their academic advisor and our office early to explore all the options. 

Application deadlines

Mallory (Misener) Higgs '18 in Quito, EcuadorMallory (Misener) Higgs '18 in Quito, Ecuador

Abroad and Stateside (Semester-Long) Priority Application

Fall Semester — Feb. 1

Spring Semester — Aug. 23

Scots Term (Two-Week Faculty-Led Programs in January or May)

January Term — Oct. 1

May Term — Feb. 1