Clark University Study Abroad & Away Programs
The office of Study Abroad & Away Programs is a part of Clark University's LEEP Center, helping to connect students with opportunities to align their academic and co-curricular interests with credit bearing experiences beyond the Worcester campus.
Whether you are looking for environmental science courses in Scotland or an internship in South America, we will work with you to provide a credit-bearing educational opportunity beyond the Worcester campus in one of our over 50 programs approved around the globe.
Come by for Drop-In Hours, schedule an appointment, or email email@example.com if you have questions.
Upcoming Event: International Education Week at Clark
Times and locations may be subject to change. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- International Tea House
- 3:00-5:00pm (updated)
Partake in the cultural tea and coffee traditions from around the world and engage in conversation
- Korean DDAKJI
Make your own Korean origami, while enjoying snacks and listening to k-POP. (Estabrook 414)
- OPT Workshop
For all international students thinking about working in the States. Sponsored by the ISSO.
- Elephant in the Room: Open Discussion
Natural disasters. Terrorism. World politics. Why is international exchange more important than ever? Come speak about what you're concerned about and explore some ways that you can take action.
- Global Internships & Research Panel
Learn from students who have interned and conducted research abroad. Find out about their cool projects and jobs, and ways that you can also get relevant experience away from the Clark campus!
- Study Abroad 101
Learn about how you can study abroad or away for credit.
- Springroll Throwdown
Make your own and vote for your favorite! In colllaboration with CET Academic Programs.
- Contemporary Politics in America: ALCI Poster Session
American Language & Culture Institute at Clark presents this poster session from their course. Students compare current themes to those of their home countries. Posters to include: The perception of drugs in Colombia, the role of women in China, and many more. Stop by! Sponsored by American Language & Culture Institute (ALCI).
- Global Trivia & Game Night
All are welcome to try their hand at trivia and boardgames from around the world. Dinner served.
- Donut Day!
International Students needing to get their I-20 signed, stop into Lurie! Sponsored by the ISSO.
- Diversity Abroad: Study Abroad & Away and Multicultural and First Generation Student Services
McCann Resource Room, Dana Commons
Panel discussion about the issues facing underrepresented students in study abroad. First hand accounts from students who went, and discussion on how to increase access. In collaboration wiht CAPA The Global Education Network.