Earn credit toward your degree by studying abroad with WSC's partners.
Why Study Abroad?
Studying abroad is one of the most rewarding education opportunities you can experience while in college. Students who study abroad develop a deeper understanding of who they are and how they want to direct their future.
Learning a new language, interacting with people from different cultures, and seeing historical monuments and architecture can lead to increased self-confidence and a better understanding of personal values.
Your culture reflects very deep perceptions, beliefs and values that influence your way of life and view of the world. Students who experience cultural differences can better understand values of other cultures and gain insight into their own.
Build Your Resume
A study abroad experience tells future employers that you understand the world, are confident and are willing to try new things. Your experiences living abroad, as well as negotiating with another culture, will set you apart from others in your career.
New Study Abroad Programs Coming Soon
Wayne State College is in the process of modifying our study abroad options for our students and faculty. We are excited and anticipate having new college-organized, faculty-led study abroad options in the 2025-26 academic year.
Study Abroad Now Through AIFS
In the interim, we encourage our students to partner with the travel service American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS). WSC students have used AIFS and have been very pleased with their options and service that have enabled them to experience the exciting benefits of travel and study overseas. Students are encouraged to work with the Office of Records and Registration to determine how those credits will apply to their degree.
Make Your Dream a Reality
If you can afford to live on campus at WSC for a semester, then you can most likely afford to include a study abroad experience as you work toward your degree. In some instances, scholarships, grants, and financial aid may help to offset the cost of the program.
“The biggest thing that I learned on this trip was that people of all ages and all different backgrounds can always find something in common. If we could find common ground with people who have been living in the jungle their whole lives, we can surely be able to find it with people in our own circles to help make our own communities better.”