CSU International Program
The CSU International Program is the official study abroad program of the California State University system. IP programs offer these special features:
- No overseas tuition or administrative costs are charged; students pay only regular CSU fees.
- Students are enrolled for a full academic year at a host university and earn resident credit for their coursework.
- Federal and State financial aid may be applicable.
- On site assistance is provided by CSU Resident Directors and/or CSU staff, or host university administrators.
- Open to Juniors through Graduates (Learn Language Programs open to Freshmen and Sophomores).
- Participants are selected through a competitive application process.Programs in Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Ghana, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom.
University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)
University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) is a consortium of U.S. universities offering study abroad programs. Stanislaus State students can study abroad through USAC and maintain their Stanislaus State student status. USAC offers:
- Semester, yearlong, winter, and summer programs
- Wide range of academic courses
- Federal financial aid may be applicable.
- Lodging options with local university students, families, or program apartments.
USAC is a non-profit consortium of U.S. universities (including [your school]) that collaborates to offer affordable, academic and authentic study abroad programs. There are abundant opportunities to immerse in the culture, history, and academics of other countries providing an unforgettable experience. Each program is designed to help you grow into an engaged citizen of the world—not only through academic experiences, but also through field trips, internships, volunteering, and service learning.
Students can choose from programs in over 50 cities across 28 countries, including Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Oceania. Students can enroll to study abroad with USAC for summer, semester, an entire academic year, or winter session.