Does MSU have a good study abroad program?

As one of the leading education abroad programs in the nation, MSU’s Education Abroad is a global powerhouse. Programs are offered each semester — including all university breaks — so education abroad can fit into any student’s academic program.

Can you study abroad at MSU?

Students coming to MSU for their first year of college have the opportunity to study abroad between their high school graduation and the start of the MSU school year through First-Year Seminars Abroad. See First-Year Seminars Abroad for more details.

How many education abroad programs does MSU offer?

Programs & Courses Overall, MSU offers Education Abroad programs in more than 35 countries. In addition, more than 40 Education Abroad programs have a community engagement component that allows students to contribute in a meaningful way to the people and places they visit.

Where can I study at MSU?

10 Best Spots to Study on Campus

  • Main Library. Great place to do group work or go up to the third floor for some quiet studying.
  • Law Library.
  • Business Library.
  • BPS Building.
  • Wells Hall.
  • BCC (Business College Complex)
  • Dorm Lounges.
  • Chapelure.

How can I find a study abroad program?

10 Ways to Study Abroad

  1. Book a study abroad program through your university.
  2. Find study abroad programs through a third-party provider.
  3. Enroll directly with a university overseas.
  4. Take a global independent study.
  5. Supplement your learning with field research abroad.
  6. Intern for school credit.

Is it worth studying abroad?

Most importantly – Is studying abroad worth it? The answer is a resounding yes. While studying overseas is a big commitment that involves a great deal of time and money, it’s also beneficial to you in many ways.

How many minors can you have at MSU?

100 minors
Enhance your degree Michigan State University is proud to offer more than 100 minors to help students customize their degree.

How do I add a major at MSU?

To change to another major in a different college

  1. First, meet with the academic advisor for your intended major to review the major, completed coursework, remaining requirements, and any additional admission requirements for that major.
  2. Then complete the online Leaving Briggs form.