Study Abroad

Programs that take place outside of the United States or a US Territory.

Pitt at the Women's World Cup

Pitt at the Women’s World Cup of Soccer in Australia & New Zealand 2023 is a 4 week Summer 2023 study abroad program that will engage University of Pittsburgh students with the cultural and global spectacle of the World Cup. For 2023, this program will be based primarily in the host city of Sydney, Australia.  This program will help students understand the local and global implications of international sporting events and their influence on women in sport and gender politics in sport.

Arcadia Scotland

Arcadia is a study abroad provider that has been approved by the University of Pittsburgh. You can learn more about Arcadia here.

The programs and locations below have been vetted to ensure that they meet the health, safety, security and academic standards that Pitt requires. 

SRAS Programs

SRAS is a study abroad provider that has been approved by the University of Pittsburgh. You can learn more about SRAS here.

The programs and locations below have been vetted to ensure that they meet the health, safety, security and academic standards that Pitt requires. 

Plus3: SSOE Transfer Plus

Note--This program is still in development. Items will be updated by mid September.
 
 
This program is open to all Pitt SSOE sophomores, juniors, and  seniors. Priority acceptance is given to students who have transferred into SSOE.  (If you transferred into SSOE during your college career after your first year, you are eligible for this program. )
 

EPFL- Engineering research

Spend your summer doing research at one of the cutting-edge laboratories at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland! This program enables students to learn how research is conducted in a different culture and environment at one of the most successful and renowned universities in Europe! EPFL is home to over 500 laboratories who focus on topics ranging from space, polar science, neuro-prostheses, transportation, and much more!

Business and Engineering Collaborations in India

The Business and Engineering Collaborations in India is a three-credit course with a study abroad component. Jointly produced by the Swanson School of Engineering and the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, this program seeks to offer you a dual lens to view production, supply chain and service issues in India. The program is designed to expose you to international business and engineering issues. During your time abroad, you will engage with executives and Pitt alumni, conduct field research and inquiries, and experience international culture.