Learn Outside of the Classroom and the Country

Students at Embry-Riddle don’t just learn beyond the classroom on campus; they also learn outside of the U.S. through their adventures studying abroad.

Students at Embry-Riddle don’t just learn beyond the classroom on campus; they also learn outside of the U.S. through their adventures studying abroad. (Photo: Embry-Riddle)
Students at Embry-Riddle don’t just learn beyond the classroom on campus; they also learn outside of the U.S. through their adventures studying abroad. (Photo: Embry-Riddle)

At Embry-Riddle, students aren’t limited to their home campus when it comes to their learning environment. We offer a variety of study abroad opportunities to help students broaden their horizons and experience other countries, cultures, languages and more.

From Poland and South Korea to Germany and Spain, we send students to all different corners of the world for one-of-a-kind learning experiences that allow them to expand their horizons while continuing classes toward their degree.

Plus, with over 100 study abroad programs offered, you’re sure to find the destination that best fits your goals and provides you with an experience to last a lifetime. 

Benefits of Studying Abroad

Travel the World

  • Studying abroad is an excellent opportunity to see new cities and countries that you’ve never been to before. Some students also have the chance to venture out beyond the countries that they’re studying in, making it an even more memorable experience.

Improve Your Skills in Another Language

  • By visiting another country, you’ll also be able to improve your foreign language skills on an entirely new level. By communicating with locals and using the language on a daily basis, you’ll become more fluent than you would in a classroom setting alone. 

Experience New Cultures

  • When you travel to a new location for your education, you can fully immerse yourself in the country’s culture. From the food and traditions to the social environment and local laws, there’s no better way to get to know a country than experiencing it firsthand. 

Discover New Hobbies

  • When you study abroad, you’ll also be exposed to a variety of new activities that you may not have tried back home. You might discover that you have a knack for skiing, cooking, snorkeling, sailing, hiking and more. 

Hear from a few of our students about their experiences studying abroad:

B.S. in Global Security & Intelligence Studies major Carolyn Chatman ('23) in Taiwan
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering major Keelan Garde ('23) in the Netherlands
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering double-major Mariana Palik Larranaga ('21, '24) in Europe
B.S. in Aeronautics major Christopher Awes ('19) in New Zealand

Ready to take off on your next adventure? Discover more about the opportunities that await you at Embry-Riddle and beyond.