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Kutztown University will open at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, due to winter-weather conditions.  Classes begin at 9:30 a.m.

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Study Abroad Opportunities

Layshan Gilliard at Tower Bridge at night
KU student Layshan Gilliard in London in winter 2016-2017. Read more about her experience here.

Golden Bears learn everywhere. Students in any major can study abroad in programs around the world. KU students have endless opportunities available to them. They can travel with a small group of KU students on a faculty-led program or venture to a program on their own, where they will meet students from around the United States and the world.

In summer 2019, KU faculty are offering study abroad programs to the following locations:

In winter 2018-2019, KU Faculty are taking a group of students to London, England.

KU offers exchange programs to the following locations:

KU also offers summer, winter, and semester programs in Costa Rica

The Office of International Admissions and Services, along with academic advisors, the Registrar's Office, Financial Aid, and many other departments on campus, support students throughout the entire process. We can help students select a program, get their courses pre-approved for transfer back to KU, provide a pre-departure orientation and give additional support while they are abroad and after their return to KU.

Students - get started today! Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns related to study abroad.

Continue working on your study abroad application on our website.


Nov. 30, 2018: InHolland University in the Netherlands is offering a low-cost summer course worth 2.5 U.S. credits. Pay airfare, program fee, housing, and meals (approx. $2,500). Apply by April 19, 2019. More information here (PDF).

Oct. 5, 2018: KU Spring/Summer 2019 Faculty-Led programs have been approved by the Council of Trustees!