The world is ever-more interconnected — economics, science, the arts, and politics ensure that humans all over the globe come in close contact on a daily basis. You’ll spend lots of times examining these global intersections and their implications in your Johnson State classes, but there’s no better way to really get a big-picture view than by spending some time in another country.
International Student Exchange Program
New for fall 2017, Johnson State is now a member of the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP), which allows you to spend a semester or academic year studying abroad for the cost of JSC tuition, room and board, plus travel and administrative fees. You can learn more about this exciting addition to Johnson’s study away opportunities by visiting the Advising and Registration Center or the ISEP website.
Other International Exchange Opportunities
Johnson State students can take advantage of short-term travel opportunities offered between semesters or during breaks, and which are often associated with a particular class or major. In recent years, we’ve had business students travel to Brazil, art students explore the treasures of Greece and Turkey, and service learners help a local community in Nicaragua.
More traditional semester or year-long opportunities through non-ISEP programs are available as well. The JSC Advising & Registration Center has helped students find programs in Ireland, Russia, England, France, Costa Rica, Spain, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, New Zealand, Scotland and Australia. Just stop by or contact the Advising Office for more information!