Step outside your surroundings to experience different exciting cultures and people! Studying abroad allows you to apply your sociological and anthropological skills first-hand and helps you develop a new perspective on your own life and culture. Learn about the Australian Aborigines, a people who have the longest continuous cultural history in the world. Watch with your own eyes the social transformations of South Africa. Studying abroad is a life-changing experience that will be an invaluable asset to your Sociology or Anthropology degree. To find out more, make an appointment with the Study Abroad Office today!
UMBC Exchanges and Programs
International Field Research Program (HAPP403) in Switzerland.
International Student Exchange Program (ISEP): Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Fiji, Finland, Ghana, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Malta, the Netherlands, Sweden
Mälardalen University in Västerås, Sweden
UMBC in Denmark – Denmark’s International Study Program (DIS) in Copenhagen
UMBC Direct: Ireland, Korea, United Kingdom
Preferred Affiliates and Providers
Center for Education Abroad: Greece, Ireland, Italy, United Kingdom
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE): China, Ghana, Hungary
Globalinks Learning Abroad: Australia, New Zealand
Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA Butler): Ireland, United Kingdom
International Studies Abroad (ISA): Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, South Africa, Spain
School for International Training (SIT): Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Central Europe, Chile, China, Ecuador, Fiji, Ghana, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Mali, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Oman, Panama, Russia, South Africa, Switzerland, Uganda, Viet Nam
Towson in Italy, American University of Rome