Browse Stockton's Available Education Abroad Programs
You will log in through your Stockton portal to browse hundreds of study abroad programs, find programs that work specifically to you through the program matching function, check your program’s deadlines, apply to the programs, track your application progress, communicate with OGE staff there, and more! Choose to Study Abroad and Change the World!
Application deadlines: October 1 for Spring semesters and March 1 for Fall semesters
"Here at Stockton, I don't ever want you to think that something is impossible or that a goal is unattainable, unreachable. ... Please take any and all opportunities that Stockton has to travel, and who knows, you may just change your life." -- Megan Coates '20
Education Abroad is a High Impact Practice (HIPs). You can study, intern, service-learning, and research abroad.
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Stockton University has required COVID-19 vaccination for all students. Please see the Statement from President Kesselman. This requirement applies to Stockton University’s education abroad programs.
FAQ for Education Abroad and COVID-19 Vaccine
Yes. All students should be fully vaccinated before participating in any education abroad program during the 2021-2022 academic year (fall, academic year, winter, spring, or summer). Medical and religious exemptions will be ineligible for international programs.
Airlines and host countries may require proof of COVID-19 vaccine to allow travel or entry. Some hotels and venues (such as museums, theaters, restaurants, etc.) may require proof of a COVID vaccine. Moreover, vaccination may enable you to avoid a period of quarantine, which is not feasible in short-term faculty-led programs. Rules can change without warning. We want you to be able to travel abroad and to participate in all parts of the program. Furthermore, vaccination show care for health and safety in host communities. Vaccinated travelers help prevent further straining health care resources better reserved for local populations, especially in situations where COVID transmission remains high and vaccination may not yet be widely available for the local community.
To date, the FDA has approved one and authorized two vaccines for emergency use in the United States: Both doses in the 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or one dose of a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson (J&J)/Janssen). These vaccines also have been recommended for use by the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. However, other countries may restrict which vaccines meet their requirements. Please check your host countries’ policies.
Students and employees are encouraged to pursue vaccination opportunities in their home communities. Locations where vaccinations are offered can be found on the NJ Vaccine Appointment Finder site.
Yes. You will need to provide a copy of your vaccination record before the start of the program. You will upload this documentation in your online education abroad application.
You should abide by the host country, U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and U.S. State Department guidelines and take appropriate precautions. To minimize the risk of disruption to travel or participation in events while on the education abroad program, you should always plan to carry the proof of vaccination with you while abroad.
This is part of your education abroad application. Please check your education abroad application deadline.
You are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result no more than 3 days before travel or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 in the past 3 months before boarding a flight to the U.S.
After you arrived in the U.S., you will need to:
- Get tested with a viral test3-5 days after travel.
- Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms; isolate and get tested if you develop symptoms.
- Follow all state and localrecommendations or requirements after travel.
Regulations might change. Please always check updates on CDC guidance on international travel during COVID-19 before coming back to the U.S.