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CU-Boulder’s Study Abroad Office Will Guide You

Quick Fact

More than 24,500 people have studied abroad at CU-Boulder since study abroad programs were first offered in 1962.


Once you’re on campus, your main resource for study abroad is Study Abroad Programs in the Office of International Education. Friendly advisors and knowledgeable staff are excited to support you throughout the process. They will help you with academic planning, financial aid and scholarships, understanding cultural differences, what to pack and much more. Attend a Study Abroad 101: Your First Step session as early as your first year to get all of your initial questions answered and to begin planning your own international experience.

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