Colosseum in autumn at sunset.
Pont neuf, Ile de la Cite, Paris
Neuschwanstein castle in Bavarian alps
Temple in Kyoto
The distinctive Adriaan windmill in Haarlem
Our mission in the Office of International Education is to provide students with study abroad opportunities that foster their academic, social, and personal growth.
By studying abroad, students will be immersed into a different culture through many types of programs ranging from semester experiences to short-term faculty programs.
While studying abroad you will: Generation Study Abroad
- Earn academic credit at Ferris State University
- Apply most forms of financial aid to program expenses
- Study a variety of subjects in English
- Explore, discover, and broaden your cultural horizons
Short-Term Faculty Led Programs
Short-term programs usually range from two to four weeks, and you can earn three to six credits. Non Ferris students can also participate in a short-term program. It is a great stepping stone, introducing you to studying outside the United States.
Semester Exchange Programs
When students participate with one of our exchange partner schools, they pay Ferris tuition and other fees to the host school. When participating in an affiliate program, students will pay a program fee.