Geaux Abroad

Why study abroad?

Study abroad is one of the best ways students can develop global skills and grow academically, professionally, and personally. Experience learning beyond the classroom setting and immerse yourself in another culture.


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Our faculty led trips to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Cuba, Slovakia, Greece, and Thailand... just to name a few! These study abroad programs can range from one–five weeks and happen throughout the year and during semester intersessions. 

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Want to immerse yourself in a culture, take a semester or year abroad? Enroll at a university in your region of interest and take courses that apply to your LSU degree program.

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Learn what your career may look like internationally. These internships are tailored to each student's needs. Enter an internship in the private sector or partner with a university.

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International students can come to LSU to study abroad, a semester abroad, or to become an LSU student. There's plenty to do here, no matter what time of year! We have course offerings for a wide range of interests.

Study Abroad Spotlights

August 31 is World Distance Learning Day. It was started to promote learning that happens outside of a traditional classroom. Whether LSU Tigers are learning in a lab or out in the field, an experience and an education are being gained.

Abby Ligon, natural resources ecology and management major with a concentration in wildlife ecology and a minor in forestry, spent this past spring semester studying forestry in Brnzo, Czech Republic, at Mendel University (MendelU).

LSU College of Agriculture had nine students spend their spring break in the Czech Republic as part of a 10-day study abroad program.


Global Ag Ambassador

If you have a passion for international agriculture become a LSU Global Ag Ambassador. This organization is open to all students, including student who have never participated in study abroad.

Global Ag Ambassador Inquiry

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