Here at the Office of Global Engagement, we are deeply passionate about helping students experience the world. Studying Abroad is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to not only visit another country, but to truly experience its culture.
Before picking the right program for you, here are some highlights of studying abroad:
- Opportunities around the globe
- Summer, semester, or yearlong programs
- Take courses that apply toward your major
- Study in English or the native language
- Join the Travelers Club to experience other cultures on campus
- Don't be a tourist, live abroad
These programs are planned directly by Embry-Riddle (ERAU) faculty, and typically last between 2-5 weeks during the summer. Some programs are specifically tailored toward a certain degree program, while others encompass all majors.
All of the courses are taught in English (except language courses), and at least one of the courses is taught by ERAU faculty. You will travel with a group of ERAU students, so you should feel right at home with your fellow Eagles.
Is five weeks not long enough for you, or do you just want to study in another language? If this is the case, a semester or yearlong program is right for you.
In these programs, you will truly live the culture. You get to choose the university that suits you (out of our partners), as well as what courses you want to take.
If you're worried about speaking another language, don't worry — many of our partners teach in English. This is the true, full-blown study abroad experience.
Sometimes we offer faculty/staff-led programs that do not fit the traditional Exchange or Summer/Winter Program models. Programs like Spring Break, Volunteer, or Research Abroad programs will be found on this page, so continue checking this site since you never know when one might pop up!
Miscellaneous Student Travel
Are you attending an external (non-ERAU sponsored) study abroad or domestic away program?
If so, you are required to complete the following application. This application should only be completed if the program you are attending is NOT sponsored by ERAU. For any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Global Engagement.
This is for international students interested in studying at Embry-Riddle. All of the required documents you need are listed on the site.
If cost is an issue for your dreams of studying abroad, check out our partial list of available scholarships.
Phi Beta Delta, founded at California State University, Long Beach in 1986, was established as an organization in 1987 with 38 chartered chapters, many of which had existed for a considerable time previously at the local level. It is the first honor society dedicated to recognizing scholarly achievement in international education.
Phi Beta Delta traces its background to the eighteenth-century founding of Phi Beta Kappa. In the nineteenth century, Greek fraternities divided into the social, professional, and academic Greeks. Phi Beta Delta is an academic and professional society, unique because it is resolutely interdisciplinary and international.
Our fraternity goals are to:
- To recognize the scholarly achievement of international students and scholars, who have studied abroad and faculty and staff who are involved in international activities.
- To serve as a vehicle for the development of academic-based international programming.
- To provide a network on each campus of faculty, staff, and students involved in international endeavors.
- To extend this network to thousands of members in chapters throughout the world.
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We are happy to assist students like you to embark on what is sure to be an incredible life experience you will never forget. Feel free to stop by New Residence Hall 3 (Room 108), call, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.