DU Students Broaden Horizons Abroad This Fall
As University of Denver students return to campus to begin the 2019-20 academic year, hundreds of Pioneers will start their studies abroad. This fall:
- 621 students will study abroad through the Cherrington Global Scholars initiative.
- Those students will be based in 46 different countries on six different continents.
- Most students will travel to Spain (108), the United Kingdom (74), New Zealand (42), Italy (40) and the Czech Republic (36).
DU’s Cherrington Global Scholars initiative allows eligible undergrads to complete a term in another country for a similar cost to what they would pay on campus by offsetting plane tickets and student visa fees.
The University of Denver is routinely recognized as one of the top study abroad institutions in the country. Approximately 70 percent of DU students take advantage of the opportunity to broaden their horizons through study abroad.
The Office of International Education offers for-credit, term-length opportunities to study abroad while the University Academic Programs office also offers international education opportunities through its interterm curriculum. Many other academic departments at DU also offer opportunities to study and intern abroad.