It's not too late to apply for Elon's Short-Term Programs!  

Winter Term 2018 Study Abroad & Study USA programs and Fall 2017 travel-embedded courses are now open for rolling admission on a space-available basis.

Apply for a Study Abroad program by Aug. 31 or a Study USA program by Sept 14. on MyElonGlobal!

 

Spring 2018 Study Abroad and Study USA programs available NOW!

Applications for the Rolling Period open May 16, 2017 and close at 11:59 p.m. on September 14, 2017.

Visit MyElonGlobal for more information about the programs.

 

 

Save $4,000 in London or Florence this spring!

Make your money stretch further by spending the spring at the Elon Center in London or Florence.

Applications open in April on My Elon Global!

 

Elon ranked #1 in Study Abroad

80 percent of the graduating class of 2016 participated in Study Abroad or Study USA at least once during their Elon careers.

Elon is ranked #1 master's-level university in the total number of students studying abroad by the Open Doors Report by the Institute of International Education. Read more.

 

Have a question about Study Abroad or Study USA?

Stop by Global Commons 360 for Quick Questions! Drop in any time within these hours:

Wednesdays, 2-4 p.m.
Thursdays, 9-11 a.m.

Photo Credit: Chris Mench - Barbados, Winter Term 2015

 

 

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LSB Center Abroad offers students lessons in adaptability, doing business in Shanghai

A group of Elon business students spent a semester in China, taking business courses and completing an internship.

From Bristol to Beyond: Winter Term class visits sports industry outlets in New York City, Connecticut and Argentina

During Assistant Professor David Bockino’s Through the Lens of ESPN class, students enjoyed a staggering media tour, visiting ESPN, Fox Sports, SNY, MLB.com and the New York Yankees, as well as sports outlets and athletic venues in Bueno Aires.