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Study Abroad Events

November 20th, 2019

Summer 2020 Granada Information Session

Summer 2020 Granada Information Session

Immerse yourself in the language and culture of Spain. Come learn from Dr. Laura Senio Blair about this exciting opportunity.


Margaret Shilling Room

Date & Time

November 20 - 12:00pm


Study Abroad News

  • Megan Nair’20, ISEP Direct Shanghai, China Fall 2018.
    Adventure Is out There!

    Southwestern offers multiple opportunities for students to engage in funded high-impact experiences.

  • Valentina Olivieri-Puentes ’19 at the Île Saint Honorat in France.
    A Student of the World

    Hailing from Paraguay, Valentina Olivieri-Puentes ’19 reflects on the international student–athlete experience at Southwestern University.

  • Illustration by Robert Lin.
    Innocents Abroad

    Southwestern staff and students share their humorous stories of studying around the globe.

  • You can explore more of Jackson's work at and @joshkjack on Instagram.
    Incredible Journeys

    Southwestern students, staff, and faculty learn—and grow—abroad.

  • Photo taken at the Bush Presidential Library during Public Service Institute Weekend during Kellogg's  time as a Bush School Fellow.
    A Transformative Undergraduate Experience

    Danyale Kellogg ’19 engaged in multiple internships, from the U.S. House of Representatives to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and studied abroad twice during her college career.

  • Gillian Glover ’19 studying abroad in Spain.
    A Triple Threat

    Gillian Glover ’19 majored in business, math, and Spanish and studied abroad twice.

  • When Lizzie Barry ’21 arrived at Southwestern, she already had at least one major goal on her agenda: to study abroad.
    A Broad World Experience

    Lizzie Barry ’21 relishes her semester abroad in London.

  • Henna Karedia ’19
    Seeking—and Finding—Change

    Psychology major Henna Karedia ’19 experiences new cultures while studying abroad.

  • “Tanzania was the greatest opportunity to see [the cats and other animals] in their natural habitat.” - Sarah Barton '20
    On the Plains of Africa

    Sarah Barton ’20 spent a semester studying wildlife management at the School for Field Studies in Tanzania.

  • Ellie Crowley ’20 hiking at Camino de los Cruces in Uspallata.
    The Magic of Studying Abroad

    Ellie Crowley ’19 spent Fall 2018 learning, growing, and opening her mind in Córdoba, Argentina.