IU offers over 250 overseas study programs in 17 languages (including English) in 52 countries and in nearly every field of study. IU works to ensure programs are affordable and gives more than $100,000 in need and merit-based scholarships annually.
Explore the Overseas Study website. To talk with an Overseas Study staff member, drop by the Leo R. Dowling International Center (111 South Jordan Avenue):
- Anytime Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. - no appointment necessary.
- Any Wednesday at 4 p.m. for Study Abroad 101 to learn the basics.
Psychology and neuroscience majors may apply for any study abroad program. The programs that provide the greatest opportunity to earn upper-level Psychology credit are described on the Psychology page.
The Hutton International Experiences Program (IEP) help students study, conduct research, intern, or volunteer abroad. IEP grants are open to all IU students on a competitive basis - you must have a 3.4 cumulative GPA or 3.70 major GPA to apply.