The mission of the Study Abroad Program is to provide academically sound study abroad opportunities aimed at fostering global awareness and appreciation of different cultures.
Cameron University is committed to providing students quality educational experiences that include international study abroad for those students who are interested in exploring options beyond those offered in the traditional classroom setting. To participate in study abroad programs, students must be enrolled full-time during the semester of the program, not possess any curricular deficiency in English or reading at time of program, and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5.
As part of the CU ABROAD: YOUR PASSPORT TO A GREAT EDUCATION, we offer the following study abroad experiences:
- Brad Henry International Scholar Program at Swansea University in Wales, U.K. (Fall 2014 or Spring 2015). For a basic scholarship award and cost overview, click here.
- Berlin: Postwar Germany: Part of a regular class (UNIV 4213) combined with a trip to Berlin, Leipzig, Potsdam and surrounding area from from March 12-21, 2015.
Study Abroad, for me, was one of the best experiences I had at Cameron. It is something everyone should consider. Without a doubt, Study Abroad opens up your mind to different cultures and encourages you to learn more about other countries in whatever way you can.
- Study Abroad Student -
Obtaining a Passport for Travel Abroad
One of the essentials for traveling abroad is obtaining a passport. Students who are United States citizens may click below for more information on how to apply for a first-time passport or for renewal options if your passport is no longer valid.
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the University of Wales, Swansea (Swansea University) are seeking exceptional undergraduate students to participate in an exciting, once in a lifetime opportunity. Click here for more information about international scholars.