Study Abroad Resources
Take classes or work abroad.
Search by Major, Country, or Interest, for study abroad programs. UO financial aide can usually be applied to these programs, and not to 3rd party programs.
SIT: School for International Training : Choose from more than 80 semester and summer programs that reach more than 60 countries and address today’s most pressing issues.
Wildlands Studies offers the rare opportunity for students to join PhD credentialed faculty in the field to study critical environmental and wildlife concerns on diverse international programs. Our small teams of 8-16 undergraduates immerse themselves in unique ecosystems and cultures to learn the latest environmental research. Nomadic by design, our field programs are camping based and earn up to 15 quarter credits. The overarching goal is for students to gain extensive knowledge about a specific region and the broader skills of ecological, geological and social sciences to effectively pursue their future careers.
Join us in Nepal, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Cuba, Belize, New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific Islands, South Africa, Yellowstone (Montana), Big Sur (California) & Channel Islands (California).
The Wild Rockies Field Institute (WRFI) is a unique organization offering extraordinary experiences for university students and non-students interested in an educational adventure. WRFI courses explore the complex cultural, political and natural histories of some of the most interesting and beautiful landscapes in North America. Every WRFI course is set up so participants can earn college credit through the University of Montana in one or more of the following disciplines: environmental studies, forestry, geography, Native American studies, resource conservation, and science.
*There are many other study abroad programs, however, these are a few of the most popular programs for students. We do not have more information about these programs, and it is best to contact them directly for more information.
Note: If you are seriously thinking about applying, or have already applied to a study abroad program and would like to count your classes toward the ENVS or ESCI major, you should meet with your faculty adviser before you leave to articulate what requirements the course could complete.