Two students take in a panoramic view of Florence, Italy, from the Piazzale Michelangelo lookout point, just south of the city.

Center for Learning Abroad

Experience a new culture, a new language and find a new you.

If you believe you can go anywhere ... study abroad

Get inspired by fashion in Florence. Learn to tango in Buenos Aires. Study business and language in Shanghai. With more than 70 programs in 17 countries, you’ll earn college credits from virtually anywhere and take a journey that will change your life.

“It gives you a whole new perspective on life. Going to and experiencing another country and living in another culture is so much different than studying it in the classroom.”

Tessa Thompson, studied in Dublin, Ireland

Why study abroad? 

Travel places you normally wouldn’t. Experience a new culture and learn to appreciate your own. Pick up a new language. Increase job opportunities. Have some fun.

Opportunities  

Lynn offers semester-long programs for the same cost of a traditional Lynn semester and short-term, three-week programs for around $4,000. Add an internship to your semester, or study abroad for a year. You must be a Lynn University student to participate in programs offered by the Center for Learning Abroad.

Your experience is our priority

Enjoy a safe, educational and truly extraordinary study abroad experience. Expect: academic rigor; health, safety and security; student life and support services.

Financial aid and scholarships

Use your eligible financial aid and academic scholarships towards the cost of your semester-long program. Then save more by applying for various scholarships offered by the study abroad organizations that partner with Lynn.

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