Chatham University Office of International Affairs
Education Abroad provides opportunities for international learning experiences which inspire academic and professional development and foster an understanding of global diversity.
All Chatham students are encouraged to study abroad. Students can choose from semester, year long, summer or short-term field experiences. Students may also participate in an internship abroad. Please contact Career Services, email@example.com, about the internship process.
To support undergraduate students, Chatham offers a one-time $1,200 study abroad voucher. Students may apply this to any credit bearing experience abroad including study and/or internship abroad. Full time undergraduate students who have completed a minimum of 30 credits, of which 15 credits must have been completed at Chatham prior to departure, are eligible. Click here for more detailed information about the study abroad voucher.
To be eligible for study abroad, undergraduate students
- Must have completed at least 15 credits at Chatham
- And be in good academic standing.
Graduate Students interested in study abroad should meet with their program director and/or faculty advisor to discuss options. Some graduate programs at Chatham already offer study abroad programs.