Interested in studying abroad? Here are some great opportunities to explore:
LETU Application Deadline: March 1 (to go in the Fall) / October 1* (to go in the Spring)
*Best Semester deadline is earlier
LeTourneau University has partnered with universities across the globe to offer exchange programs and academic opportunities to LETU students interested in studying internationally. Partner universities include:
Best Semester offers offers twelve off-campus and study abroad programs around the world through the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) to LETU students and other CCCU members institutions.
CIS Abroad offers a variety of amazing destinations and opportunities to study abroad but also provide students with a personal touch with trip planning and advising. They not only offer semesters abroad for the school year but also offer Summer courses, Maymester courses, and internships in over 40 different academic areas.
If you don't see the major you are looking for, CIS offers a customization option so you can find a semester program or internship that is tailored toward your discipline. As LETU is a partner in this affiliations, LETU students get an extra $250 taken off their total bill for semester programs and $100 for summer programs.
Ready to hit Australia, New Zealand, or Southeast Asia for a semester? The Education Abroad Network welcomes all students to apply for their academic programs to make sure you not only stay on your course schedule but also have an amazing experience abroad!
In all their countries, the Education Abroad Network has strong connections with some of the most prestigious universities, and they work with you to make sure your credits transfer and you get an amazing semester.
Nothing going to fit in your course schedule for the year? You can also check out some of their fantastic summer programs in any of those areas! Filled with ziplining, trips to the outback, historical sights, and even a Fiji excursion, you, too, can take on the Eastern Hemisphere.
We are so excited to introduce LeTourneau students to the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC), a non-profit consortium of US universities joined together to provide affordable, high-quality academic programs. For 30 years, USAC has provided university students with valuable study abroad programs and contributed to the internationalization of universities in the US and abroad; USAC currently has 41 program locations in 26 countries.
Enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the home institution (LETU) may be considered enrollment in the home institution for purposes of applying for federal student financial aid.