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Study Abroad- An Overview
Susy Reed '09, anthropology major, in a traditional Peruvian costume. She spent a semester abroad through the SIT Peru program.
55% of Connecticut College students who study throughout the world during their junior year do so through carefully selected College-approved study abroad programs, as well as through the College's own Study Away/Teach Away programs (SATA).
Whether you choose a SATA program or from the wide selection of College-approved programs in dozens of countries, all are designed to meet the majority of student's academic and lingustic needs, and to provide them an exceptional international experience. Students can begin planning for a study abroad experience during their sophomore year by using the suggested timelines.
Students are encouraged to contact Shirley Parson, Director of Study Away, with any questions about studying abroad, the application process and for general assistance in selecting a program.
Study Away/Teach Away - SATA
Interested in a semester of learning and adventure abroad in the company of other Connecticut College students and a professor? Through the College's own SATA programs, students join their professors in an unique educational study abroad experience designed to enhance student's knowledge and appreciation of political, economic and social systems significantly different from their own. SATA programs offer a perfect balance of academics, adventure, community, and independence!
Shirley Parson, Director
Office of Study Away
270 Mohegan Avenue
Fanning Hall 113
New London, CT 06320-4196