Study Abroad

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UC Davis Study Abroad integrates global opportunities into the academic experience, supporting over 1,300 students each year in studying across 30 countries, exploring the world, and gaining valuable skills and competencies. In the quest for Global Education for All, Study Abroad goes beyond traditional programs to meet the academic, personal and professional needs of UC Davis’ diverse and driven student body. 

As a part of Global Affairs at UC Davis, Study Abroad aims to inspire global curiosity, understanding, and engagement.

Below is a list of pages across our website that have been tagged 'Study Abroad.' See our full list of current Study Abroad offerings.


Study Abroad in Global Studies

Program Recommendations for Global Studies Minors

Programs listed below may be of interest to students in this minor or offer courses related to the minor. This is not an exhaustive list of program options, but provides a starting point in your search.

Summer Abroad Belize - Cost

Paradise Found—Sustainable Planning and Design Financial Aid and Scholarships

If you are eligible for financial aid, it can be used towards all UC Davis Summer Abroad programs. Learn more about financial aid and scholarships.

Program Fees

Program fees are subject to change and do not include airfare and other expenses; see "Fee Notes" and expenses table below.

Summer Internships in Costa Rica - Placements

Education Internships in Costa Rica About Internships

Each UC Davis Summer Abroad Internship program pairs UC Davis Study Abroad with a partner organization that manages the personalized internship placements; arranges accommodations and excursions; leads onsite orientations and optional social events; and provides 24/7 emergency support.

Summer Internships in Costa Rica - Travel

Education Internships in Costa Rica U.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State advances the interests of the American people, their safety and economic prosperity, by leading America’s foreign policy through diplomacy, advocacy, and assistance. Visit the U.S. Department of State website for country-specific travel information.