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Studying abroad will provide an opportunity to understand how the sociocultural ethos of various countries shapes the pedagogical as well as the theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of psychology.
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Financial Aid & Scholarships
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Non-UM Study Abroad
Princeton Review Study Abroad — Provides a lot of information on programs by country, non-UM programs, why study abroad, advice on choosing between programs, safety abroad, quiz and more!
Cultural Experience Abroad (CEA) — Global Education offers more than 100 academic programs in 24 cities and 14 countries worldwide. We offer academic year, semester, summer, short-term, Maymester and January-term sessions to fit your school's calendar, as well as courses representing a variety of majors and disciplines.
IES Abroad - With more than 90 programs in 32 cities, IES Abroad is dedicated to broadening our global reach and continuing our commitment to offering students outstanding academic options coupled with every-day opportunities for cultural immersion.
International Studies Abroad - International Studies Abroad is a study abroad provider with 16 destination countries that encompass 33 distinct and exciting cities. Working closely with the host universities abroad, ISA and LPI provide students with a study abroad experience that is academically challenging and culturally rewarding.