Third Party Providers
Chatham University Office of International Affairs
If Chatham's exchanges and partner programs do not meet your needs, you may also select another study abroad opportunity. After discussion with their academic advisors and the study abroad coordinator, students apply to provider programs and pay tuition and program costs to third party providers directly. Students who study abroad on a provider program do not pay tuition or fees to Chatham during the term they are abroad.
Chatham undergraduate students may use their $1200 study abroad voucher toward tuition and program costs. Students completing an International Studies Certificate in one of five regions of the world may be eligible for an additional $1800 toward a credit bearing experience abroad.
Students can use Federal Financial aid toward study abroad and should check with the Office of Financial Aid about their state aid. Students may not use their Chatham grants and scholarships toward third party programs.
The Office of International Affairs has a resource library of study abroad materials, located in Falk 011. You can also search for options using these online resources iiepassport.org, studyabroad.com , goabroad.com or gooverseas.com.
Please review the websites of study abroad providers below for more information on locations, program options, deadlines and costs. These providers offer fall, spring and summer programs. Most providers also offer options for internships.
- Athena Study Abroad
- CEA Study Abroad
- CIS Abroad
- Hollins Abroad - London and Paris
- IES Abroad
- IFSA Butler
- Sol Education Abroad
- SIT Study Abroad
- Spanish Studies Abroad
- Webster International Network School (WINS)