Study Abroad

Welcome!

Pisa, ItalyStart our journey here to study abroad! Each year UW-Green Bay students travel on over 30 programs all over the world, from two-week travel courses to student teaching abroad to an academic year in another country.

Please visit all of the page links on the left and also our social media sites to learn more about our office, programs, and how YOU can go abroad!

Programs

UW-Green Bay offers programs for every type of student in locations worldwide. Learn more about individual programs under the Destinations tab to the left or by looking at our general program information sheet: Study Abroad Programs.

"The program excursions included were awesome and the German culture was so inviting!"

– Chad Osteen, studied in Fulda, Germany

Video Links

Want to learn more about what you will experience abroad? Keep checking the links below for updating videos from OIE staff, UWGB faculty, and study abroad program alumni (and international students!) on why you should study abroad.

Video by Kaho Ito, international student from Japan & Fall 2016 intern

"There are so many [favorite experiences]! Finding this amazing Tapas restaurant in Madrid called "El Tigre," walking through the Puerta del Sol, trying all of the amazing food and learning how to use public transportation."

– Sarah Alexander, studied in Alicante, Spain

Events

Each semester the Office of International Education hosts several events for you to learn more about study abroad at UW-Green Bay. Look for promotion on social media, posters, booths, etc. for these events and more!

Pisa, Italy
  • Study Abroad Fair
  • Get the Scoop on Study Abroad
  • What's Hot in Study Abroad
  • First Steps meetings
  • Information sessions
  • Student Panels
  • Residence Life presentations

Testimonials

Check this site often to find quotes and videos with advice, experiences, and stories from study abroad alums about their programs.

For links to study abroad student blogs, which highlight current students who are abroad, international students on campus, or UWGB student who recently returned from a study abroad program, visit our Travel Blog site.

"My favorite experience abroad was going on a school trip with the Centro de Idiomas to Las Medulas, a huge mountain with amazing views of the province of Castilla and Leon. After hiking back down the mountain, we took a short drive to a beautiful nearby park surrounded by mountains with a quiet lake in the middle where we kayaked and ate lunch."

– Andre Johnson, studied in Leon, Spain

"I am truly grateful to have studied abroad, it has helped me learn so much more about myself, and those who I have meet. I would definitely advise other travelers to keep an open mind, and to truly live in the moment!"

– Nicole Hoelzel, studied in Kassel, Germany