Overview The Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University recognizes that the opportunity for
its students to study abroad is an enhancement to their education and encourages every student
who is interested in this form of study to seek assistance in choosing a program to fit their
Perdue Sponsored Programs The Perdue School of Business currently offers an annual winter-term program of international
business study in various overseas locations. This program is 3.5 to four weeks in duration
beginning and ending with classes at Salisbury University for academic purposes, travel
preparation, examination and concluding components. Two weeks of the program is spent abroad.
During this two week period, students will receive classroom instruction, visit leading
businesses engaged in international activities, meet with ranking members of the business
community as guest speakers and participate in cultural activities.
Independent Programs A wide variety of study abroad programs exist to fit every interest, budget and location in
the world. The Office of the Global Programs Administrator has information on a multitude of
programs. The Office also provide study abroad advising to assist student in the study abroad
process from program selection to credit transfer to document assistance. In addition, with
easy access to the Internet, it is now a simple task to "surf the web" in search of
information on study abroad programs or individual schools.
Students interested in study abroad programs should consider the following: 1. Quality and reputation of the program. 2. Foreign language requirements if applicable. 3. Total costs of program-tuition, room & board, supplies, travel, books and
extras (i.e. personal spending). 4. Course credit transfers. 5. Medical insurance coverage (International Student Identity Card required
by Salisbury University). 6. Timing for application materials, passports, etc.
Salisbury University Center for International Education (SUCIE)
encourages and supports students in studying abroad. SUCIE serves as a
guidance center for students wishing to study abroad and helps students
prepare for their study abroad experience with Salisbury University as well
as with our affiliate programs. The Center for International Education also
welcomes students who have come to study at Salisbury University from other
Sydney, Australia - Macquarie University
Internships are three to six (3-6) credits with a student
commitment of 10-20 hours per week of work. Students are placed in
organizations near the campus that fit their field of study and are
assessed by interviews, visits, reports, and assignments. http://www.aifsabroad.com/InternAbroad/index.htm
Students are able to search for schools in Australia and New Zealand to
find the one that best fits their needs. Students can choose up to two (2)
areas of interest to begin a school search. After an initial search,
students can narrow the search further by selecting clubs of interest,
campus/city size, and territory.
International Studies Abroad (ISA)
Provides students with opportunities to take business classes in various
countries with international students. Some programs have requirements of
language or GPA. Programs are offered during summer, semester, and/or year
terms of study.
Provides students with a choice to choose between three countries (South Africa,
Ireland, Britain) with a number of colleges and universities in each country. A
‘Search by Major’ option on the Homepage allows students to find schools that best
fit their major. Students can start by selecting Business/Commerce (subject), then
by major. The schools listed change depending on major. http://www.interstudy.org/
Financial Aid for Study Abroad
SU Study Abroad Travel Grant (Currently Not Available)