Carnegie Hall, Room 310
Economics students who are interested in study abroad or study away (elsewhere in the U.S.) are encouraged to do so. The Economics Department actively collaborates with the International Center in creating opportunities for students to study abroad in locations all over the world, from Shanghai, China to Auckland, New Zealand; from Cuzco, Peru to Marseille, France.
Start planning early
You don’t have to know where you want to study to begin thinking about the possibilities and where a semester away might fit within your academic program. Students are encouraged to talk with their advisors, familiarize themselves with the application process, and work with Study Abroad Coordinator Paul Nelson in the International Center.