Study abroad is a unique aspect of college education. The chance to live in a foreign country and experience a different culture provides the chance for better understanding who you are and where you come from. Study abroad can also distinguish your resume and interview from others when applying for a job or postgraduate education.
While a semester or year abroad is the most traditional form of study abroad, other options exist at W&J. Students can gain international experience for various lengths of time through a variety of ways. For many of these opportunities, sources of funding exist to support your travel dreams.
Below is a map showing places where our science students have studied or done research in recent years.
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