STUDY ABROAD

Not all classrooms come with walls.


Our goal is to transform lives, helping you find your passion and to excel wherever it leads.


YOUR GLOBAL CLASSROOM

Whether you want to study for a semester in Paris, go on a mission trip to Guatemala, discover London with your athletic team, go to a leadership conference in Hanoi or spend your summer doing an internship in Chile; at Ozarks, you will be able to create your own adventure and we will make it possible!

We’ve got more than a dozen partnerships with universities around the world, and we also participate in several exchange programs. Many of these opportunities make it possible to travel the world for no more than your normal tuition, room and board costs.



 Experience the world with the tales from our students

France

Summer 2016


Daniel Valencia

Spain

Summer 2016


Mike Cuellar

Ireland

Summer 2016


Frances Adams

Greece

Spring 2017


Emilie Williams


START EXPLORING YOUR OPTIONS

For a listing of our current opportunities, check out our blog!

THE WORLD AS THEY SAW IT

WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO

Chen, Navarrete excited about summer study at esteemed London university

Thanks to some encouragement from their professors and funding assistance from the Academic Enrichment Fund, University of the Ozarks students Catalina Chen and Gerardo Navarrete are headed to a three-week summer study program at one of the world's elite universities.

Back Home Again: Ruiz and Shemanske experience life-changing study abroad trips

Spending a semester abroad is a scary and exciting prospect for most students, but what many don't realize is that the experience lasts long after the return flight home. Rosa Ruiz and Kurt Shemanske, both juniors at University of the Ozarks, spent the 2012 Fall Semester studying abroad and can attest to how life-altering such an adventure can be.

Ozarks Abroad class culminates in adventure to the Amazon

University of the Ozarks Professors Dr. Bill Clary and Dr. Kim Van Scoy do not teach similar subjects. Clary teaches Spanish and Van Scoy specializes in biology and earth science. But the two professors combined their knowledge to create an interdisciplinary class they believed could end up being a life-changing experience for their students.