Education Abroad

Exploring the world opens your mind to new ideas and alternative ways of seeing things. Whether studying in Madrid, interning in Dubai, teaching English in Chile, or shadowing a health professional in India, the Drake International office is here to make sure you are supported before, during, and after your international experience.  

Getting started

If you are interested in studying, interning, volunteering, or teaching abroad, the first step is to view Education Abroad 101, which is a 15 minute online presentation. You can access the presentation by logging in with your Drake ID number and password.

After viewing Education Abroad 101 you can find the right program by using our program search.

Students joining a Drake faculty-led program (indicated in the program search by having a star before the program name) should speak with the Drake International office or the program's faculty leader to learn more about the program.

Students interested in a semester, summer, or J-term Exchange and Affiliate program are required to make an appointment with our office to go over the application process. All students applying to an exchange or affiliate program must apply through the Drake International program search, and be approved to study abroad by Drake, before applying to the exchange or affiliate partner program. 

Additional Links

Program Search

Application Portal 

Application Troubleshooting

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Information for Parents

Resources for Returned Students

Let us help you explore the world.

Contact Drake Education Abroad: 515-271-2084 / StudyAbroad@Drake.edu

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