International Programs

Study Abroad

Study Abroad Resources

Are you looking for more information? Check out our additional resources for study abroad students and their families.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention:
Find the most up to date information on health and safety recommendations for travelers including but not limited to recommended vaccinations and frequently updated information on destinations.

Diversity Abroad:
Have you ever considered yourself to be a minority? This resource extends to any student regardless of ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, religion or gender. Gather information on what it means to travel outside of your comfort zone.

Fund My Travel:
If you’re looking for alternative ways to raise funds for your study abroad experience, start with Fund My Travel. Build a campaign and share it through your social media in order to raise awareness and funds for your experience.

Going Global:
This site requires your Towson log-in credentials. Find 600,000 worldwide job/internship postings, 35 country career guides, searchable H1B Plus database and more. Login to Hire@TU and click on the Going Global link in the left-hand column.

International lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex association:
A great resource for LGBTQ travelers that are interested in researching the resources and legislation at their destination.

Mobility International:
MIUSA is a “cross-disability organization serving people with a broad range of disabilities,” and a great resource for students seeking information and accommodations at their destination abroad.

Oanda currency converter:
When researching your destination it’s important to think about currency and the cost of your time abroad. You can review current and past exchange rates for any currency. Newspapers USA and Worldwide:
Your resource for reading more about your destination and other countries you are interested in visiting during your time abroad. Includes links to various national and international news sites.

Student Universe:
You can use Student Universe to search for flights worldwide and benefit from discounts as a university student.

U.S. State Dept: 
Here you can find information on applying for or renewing your U.S. passport, the Safe Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP), as well as country-specific visa information, travel warnings and more.

Study Abroad Office
Rm. #408, Psychology Building
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-2451

Fax: 410-704-4703


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