SU Study Abroad alumni Linsey Jensen ’23 was recently spotlighted in the SU News article, Cultivating a Global Perspective, by Meredyth Wiegand. Linsey participated in an ISEP Exchange program last year, taking courses for a semester at the University of Tartu in Estonia. In the article, Linsey shares the profound impact of her time abroad on her career path.

ISEP Exchange is a study abroad program that partners with 300+ universities in 50+ countries worldwide. SU hosts international students on the ISEP exchange each semester, while SU students swap to go abroad for a semester on exchange.

The ISEP exchange study abroad program follows a home tuition model, which means students pay their home institution’s tuition and fees. That’s SU tuition, room (Cody-Brown rate), and board (Unlimited Meal Plan) costs. Beyond the program cost, there are travel-related expenses associated with any study abroad program, such as airfare. SU Merit Aid, Federal Financial Aid, SU Study Abroad Scholarships, and more are funding sources that apply towards the costs of participating in an ISEP Exchange study abroad program. Visit the Costs & Funding webpage to learn more about the Home Tuition Model and funding.

If you want to learn more about iSEP Exchange, schedule an appointment with a Study Abroad Advisor or visit the Program Provider webpage and look for information and the link under “Approved Exchange Program Provider.”

ISEP Spring 2024 application deadline is Sept. 1

ISEP Fall 2024 application deadline is Feb. 1.

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