The International Programs Office offers study abroad programs in over 20 countries throughout the world, in every academic discipline at CI! Study abroad for a year or a semester while earning resident credit towards your major, minor, or general education requirements.
Our one-year program is the system-wide study abroad program for CSU students. The one-year option is referred to as CSU International Programs (IP). Students will study abroad for the whole academic year. Preparation and the application process for this program takes place the year prior to the student’s study abroad year. Learn more about One-year Option
One-semester Exchange Option
CI has established partnerships with prestigious universities in Germany, South Korea, and Finland. These partnerships allow for students to study abroad at one of these prime universities as an exchange student for one semester. Preparation and the application process takes place at least one semester prior to the student’s study abroad semester. Learn more about One-semester Exchange Option
Short-term travel course (UNIV 392) Option
Short-term travel courses are referred to as UNIV 392 courses. These courses provide opportunities for students to earn credit for short-term travel and study while being immersed in a foreign culture outside of the U.S. Enrollment spots in these classes are limited and courses will vary each semester. With faculty advisor approval, students may participate in a university-sponsored trip abroad. These courses are one-semester courses, however the frequency of classroom time varies with each course. Learn more about Short-term travel course (UNIV 392) Option
Non-CSU sponsored program Option
Students may privately participate in any types of travel and study abroad programs offered by non CSU-affiliated programs. Please be informed that courses offered by these programs could be very costly and may not meet your academic needs. Learn more about Non-CSU sponsored program Option ;helpful information regarding the non-CSU sponsored programs (PDF, 112KB)