Before you choose or change your courses, review academic requirements and information regarding transferable study abroad courses.
Most programs offer a broad array of courses in many disciplines; however, some disciplines are more challenging to find options. Review helpful tips for Music, Pre-Med/Pre-Health, Engineering, Theatre, Dance, Sciences and Math.
Learn about the types of credit and other important information regarding earning academic credit abroad.
Many programs give students the opportunity to conduct original research or fieldwork while abroad.
An internship or service learning placement can give you another chance to engage with the local community.
This page covers how your study abroad courses are recorded on your Northwestern transcript.
Review this information if you are: a transfer student or an international student, planning to graduate early, and/or planning to study abroad during your final Northwestern quarter.
Students in the School of Education and Social Policy (SESP) as well as Economics and BIP majors/minors should review this page for information on past courses that the school/department has accepted from study abroad.