Earn credits in your major while abroad and graduate on time! With GlobaLinks Learning Abroad programs, studying abroad will keep you on track academically. All of our programs provide English-speaking classes or work environments in a variety of academic areas, including all nearly areas of psychology and social work.
Whether you need classes for your major, minor, or electives, you can be confident you will earn credits toward your degree program. And, through our personalized counseling, we will ensure that you find the classes you need while abroad and are able to discover more academically. With the right program and proper planning, anyone can go abroad and still graduate on time.
What areas of Psychology and Social Work can I study while abroad?
|Behavioral Science |
|Educational Psychology |
|Organizational Psychology |
What types of programs are available for my major?
|Semester Abroad or Academic Year Abroad |
Semester Internship Combination Programs
Summer Study Abroad
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Where can I take classes in my major?
|New Zealand |
Why is international experience so critical for psychology and social work students?
|As a student pursuing a career in Psychology or Social Work, you are passionate about people, intrigued with what makes people "tick" and understanding the various aspects and influences of culture. Furthermore, you desire to connect with and help people. |
Your work is important, and will demand skills for inter-cultural and cross-communication, the to ability to understand and relate with a diverse population of people.
Studying abroad is one of the very best ways you can prepare yourself for your future and give yourself a leg up to enter whichever field you pursue. More than any time in the past, it is critical that students entering such a people-focused field possess a global viewpoint, international experience and understanding of other cultures.
Whether you choose a semester or year abroad, undertake an internship, pursue a graduate degree or even do a summer abroad, you’ll not only give yourself a significant advantage career-wise, but you will also have a once-in-a-lifetime experience that’s never more in reach than during your college years.
"Living and working in another country is truly the experience of a lifetime. Today we are part of a constantly growing multicultural society; to be able to expand one's horizons, observe, and be and active participant in the daily life of both a different city (Sydney) and office is absolutely essential for the future."
- C. Amodeo,
PDAC Internship Program