Janet Dudley-Eshbach Center for International Education
The mission of the JDE Center is to link the SU community to the nation and the world. SU students benefit from international students that study abroad in Maryland in degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate programs, as non-degree-seeking visiting exchange students, and studying English as a foreign language in the English Language Institute. SU students travel with the world earning credits towards their degree programs during full semester, summer and winter term study abroad and study away. Global internships help SU students transition from their studies to their professional careers. Global faculty mobility brings global scholars to the SU faculty and helps SU faculty members to continue to be life-long learners.
Study Abroad and Study Away
There are different types of study abroad and study away initiatives that help SU students to link their studies in Salisbury to the world. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below can help you to better explore the options. You can begin your search by clicking any of the options below. You can also search for all opportunities by criteria like major, term, and country at the .
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Frequently Asked Questions
- How expensive is it to study abroad?
- Can I study abroad with my major?
- What if I am not ready to spend a full semester abroad? Are there shorter options?
- Are there scholarships to support study abroad?
- There is a country I want to go to but I do not see an exchange program or SU In global campus or Global Seminar there. Does that mean that there is no study abroad there?
- Can I really study abroad for a full semester inside the USA?
- Where can I do a Global Internship?
Twenty Days Abroad: A Documentary by Bridget Hayes
SU Media Production major, Bridget Hayes (Class of 2024) articulates in this thoughtful documentary the high-impact learning that can come from study abroad. Some of the transferable skills to post-university life that Ms. Hayes identifies include overcoming challenges, learning to work as a team with peers, appreciating cultural and linguistic diversity, and self-motivation to pursue new opportunities and to take new risks. Ms. Hayes' written narrative as well as her visual storytelling present a compelling vision of high-impact learning through study abroad.