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Global Seminar: Grenoble Graduate School of Business

Earn credits towards your marketing minor in beautiful Grenoble and Paris, France!

A girl looks out over beautiful, green mountains in New Zealand
Set your sights on studying abroad!
A picture of all the tables at the 2018 Study Abroad Fair at the Student Center

Miss the Study Abroad Fair?

Don't worry, you can still visit us at our office in Woody Hall!

Alan Walters Spring Break 2018
Dr. Alan Walters leads a group of agriculture students to Costa Rica for Spring Break. Where did you go for your Spring Break?
Ancient Legacies: Egypt participants pose on the backs of camels in front of the pyramids
Ever wanted to see the Great Pyramids? Ever wanted to ride a dromedary? here's your chance...

Where in the world can you find an SIU Saluki? Where can't you? Southern Illinois University Carbondale offers study abroad programs from two weeks to an academic year all around the world with options for every student.

Are you looking to study abroad, but can't find the time to fit it into your busy schedule? Check out our Global Seminars!

Global Seminars are short-term, SIU faculty-led programs abroad. We offer programs during the Winter Intersession, Spring Break, and Summer/Intersession. What's better than traveling abroad and getting SIU course credit at the same time?!

Check out our faculty led Global Seminars!


SIU Study Abroad Course to Nepal is offered for all students. This course is designed for both graduate and undergraduate students from the Educational Administration and Higher Education Department and Honors Program. During the ten-day course, students will get a close view to the culture, traditions, and values of Nepal. Students will be learning about the different cultural backgrounds within the Nepal. Student will also be able to see the natural resources of Nepal in the variety regions (Mountain, Hill and Terai) of Nepal, including the third highest mountain of the World: Mt. Annapurna.


First Visit?

Visit Getting Started to learn about the process, including funding,  and then use the Map Search to get a feel for the types of program available.

Return Visit?

Go to MyStudyAbroad or Program Search . See Before You Go if you are ready to apply or Resources for general information.