History from a textbook or real life? Go abroad.
Brigham Young University has one of the largest study abroad programs in the nation with 150 programs in 56 countries. We want to make this opportunity available to as many students as possible. In fact, last year nearly 3,000 students participated in one of our international study programs. This calculator will help you estimate some of your costs as you plan for your travels. We encourage you to also visit our Financial Aid and Scholarships pages for further financial assistance.
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Panama | ThinkImpact
Australia and New Zealand
Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji
Bolivia Music Teaching
British Literature and Landscape
Cambodia and Thailand
China Global Leadership
China Life Sciences
China Manufacturing Engineering
China Student Teaching
Dominican Republic International Challenges in Water Resources
English Language in Britain
Europe and Iceland Recreation Management
Europe Art History and Photography
Europe from Renaissance to Today
Europe Global Leadership and History of Creativity (England, France, Italy)
Europe International Challenges in Water Resources (Netherlands, Belgium)
Europe International Industrial Design Studies (Denmark,Sweden, England)
French Teachers Institute
Germany LDS Public Affairs
Ghana Child Welfare
Ghana Unite For Sight
Global Diplomacy Europe
International Accounting (London, Paris, Brussels)
Italian Senior Seminar
Japan Learning and Teaching Languages
Jordan International Development
Malawi International Development
Nauvoo Summer Study
New Zealand: Global Mass Communication
Peru Global Engineering Outreach
Rural Mexico Literacy
Singapore International Product Design and Development
South Pacific Recreation Management
Thailand International Development
The Scottish Parliament
Uganda Mentored Research
United Kingdom Visual Arts
Weidman Center Global Internship
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