Returnees / Alumni > Go Abroad Again
Has your study abroad experience left you eager for another international experience? There are several ways for you to go abroad again.
More opportunities to study internationally as a DU Student:
- DU International Service Learning (ISL) offers credit-bearing summer and interterm programs that integrate classroom academics with international service. For more information, see here.
- The Office of Special Programs offers a handful of interterm courses that involve a travel component. For their current list of offerings, see here. Several departments have their own programs that take place during the interterms. Contact your major advisor to see if there are any such programs in their department.
- International business courses: contact Leslie Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Studies Abroad:
Considering graduate studies? Have you ever thought about getting an entire graduate degree abroad? Several universities around the world welcome international students for graduate degrees. Many of them do not require a placement exam like the GRE or GMAT and offer one-year masters degree programs. Best of all, many of these universities have more reasonable tuition fees than you will find in the US, yet with a comparable quality of education. It is also possible to apply US Federal Financial Aid towards your studies at recognized institutions. Certain countries, like the United Kingdom, will give you a 1- or 2-year work visa upon completion of an advanced degree in their country. To learn more, visit the following websites:
- Germany (programs in English)
- Advice on studies in Australia or New Zealand
- Guidance on programs worldwide
For International Careers Abroad:
- Career Services at the University of Denver
- Career opportunities through the U.S. State Department
Short-Term Work and Volunteerism Abroad*:
- The United States Peace Corps - Peace Corps
- The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program is a well respected program that places recent college graduates in Japanese primary schools to teach English - JET
- The US State Department - Short-term work opportunities
- International Internship Directory
- Internships in Germany (often there is no language prerequisite)
- BUNAC – Work or volunteer abroad in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and elsewhere
- The Mountbatten Institute offers internships and graduate programs abroad.
- AIESEC offers international paid internship programs worldwide
- Bridge-Linguatec – Teach English or volunteer abroad
- Comprehensive search engines on short term opportunities abroad:
- Organizations that offer a variety of short-term and volunteer work overseas
- STA World Travel Internship
- Academic Internships through EUSA
- Work in tourism and resort management
*Although the University of Denver has listed these websites here, their presence on our website is not an official endorsement or recommendation of these institutions. These are here only for ideas.
Printed material on work abroad is also available in the Study Abroad Library, including:
- Work Your Way Around the World by Susan Griffin
- The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas by Jean-Marc Hachey
- Overseas Summer Jobs by David Woodworth
- Teaching English Abroad by Susan Griffin
- International Directory of Volunteer Work by Louise Whetter and Victoria Pybus
- Many brochures from agencies that coordinate international internships and work