Whether you’re interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree, graduate degree, or just looking for an enriching experience, Temple University offers a number of study abroad programs to fit your needs. Students can use federal financial aid, state financial aid, or outstanding achievement scholarships to help pay for their studies.
Temple offers both exchange and external study abroad programs. Exchange programs give students the opportunity to spend a semester or academic year studying abroad at a foreign university. Students who participate in Temple-administered exchanges typically earn transfer credit for the courses they take, and can apply the credits towards their degree requirements.
Exchange programs offer students a full immersion experience at a foreign university. Students take courses with students from their host country, and participate in campus organizations. These programs are most appropriate for highly motivated students, and some can be competitive.
Students interested in external study abroad programs should consult the TUJ Academic Advising Center to find the right program for them. They can also consult with the TUJ Study Abroad Coordinator to discuss their options.
To participate in a Temple University study abroad program, students must be in good academic standing and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Students who are on academic probation will not be accepted into Temple University programs.
Students interested in attending an external program should discuss the financial aid package they will receive with the Student Financial Services office. The cost of the program will vary, depending on the location.