TWU Students and Faculty abroad in Puerto Rico

Going Global

Education Abroad provides a range of services for the TWU community, including: Education Abroad student advising and registration, assistance with grants and scholarships, and development of TWU Faculty-Led abroad programs.

How can we help you?

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Find Your Program Abroad

Study, intern, volunteer, and research abroad for credit. Search by area of study, location, and more!

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Meet with TWU Education Abroad staff to select a program and we’ll help you before, during, and after travel.

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Earning Academic Credit

Learn more about identifying international coursework that will match up with a credit you’d need to earn for your TWU degree plan.

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Paying for Your Program

Explore how to fund your time abroad through financial aid, scholarships, and grants.

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Faculty & Staff Resources

Resources for TWU faculty and staff looking to create or support programs abroad.

Student Resources

Explore FAQs and Culture and Wellbeing Abroad resources.

Health and safety

Learn how to get prepared for unexpected situations and emergencies.

Karen Calderon

Through this study abroad program I was able to grow in my understanding of oral health disparities and the importance of engaging in community health.

— Karen Calderon, Dental Hygiene

Dawn McCaskill

The memories and personal growth you'll gain are priceless, and the connections you make will endure far beyond your time abroad.

— Dawn McCaskill, Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies

Willow Skidmore

I absolutely loved Florence. It was a busy, safe, and beautiful city. Going to the Uffizi and the Academia was especially mind-blowing.

— Willow Skidmore, Biology with Scientific Illustration minor

Alyse Bradley

I absolutely loved getting to explore new places with some of my closest friends. It would not have been the same without them...

— Alyse Bradley, Nursing

Metztli Munoz

The locals always tried to help me and my friend despite the language barrier and that was just so heartwarming to experience...

— Metztli Munoz , Kinesiology Pre-Pt

Madeleine Alexander

I chose to study abroad because I wanted to get out of my comfort zone and explore new cultures and ways of living!

— Madeleine Alexander, Kinesiology Pre-OT, Visual Arts Minor

Contact Us

Connect with an Education Abroad staff member for more information.