Studying abroad is an experience like no other. By living and learning in a different culture, you'll broaden your understanding of the world and even gain a different perspective on your own country.
New Office Location
The Study Abroad office has relocated to Christmas-Saucon Hall (14 East Packer Avenue), Suite 200W. The office is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
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Chat available Monday - Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm. Chat with us for quick or general questions and those just getting started.
Whether you go abroad for a few weeks or a whole year, you'll come home more self-aware, adaptable and confident, all of which can help you succeed back at Lehigh and after graduation. In fact, recent surveys show that students who study abroad get jobs more quickly, have higher starting salaries and are more likely to get into graduate school.
We’re dedicated to providing all Lehigh students with high quality international academic opportunities. With more than 250 study abroad programs in over 60 countries, from shorter programs led by Lehigh faculty or staff to semester or year-long programs offered by our partners, there's something for every student. We can help identify the experience that's right for you and get you there.
News & Announcements
Lehigh University Study Abroad Update on COVID-19
The university senior leadership and medical professionals in the Health and Wellness Center continue to monitor the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak and to provide updates.
Lehigh Hosts CIEE Passport Caravan
The Council on International Educational Exchange funded passports for 100 Lehigh students, reducing barriers to study abroad.
Choosing a Study Abroad Program with a Career in Mind
Katy Rene, assistant director of Lehigh's Study Abroad Office, shares tips for choosing a study abroad program to help you get a job after graduation.