Study Abroad

Get a global perspective on health care

The Indiana University School of Nursing offers study abroad opportunities that allow you to experience firsthand how different countries and cultures approach health care, all while you earn course credit. Whether you study the health care system in China, for example, or volunteer at a hospital in Swaziland, one thing is certain—it will be an unforgettable experience that will prepare you to be a culturally competent health care professional.

Get funding

If you’re participating in one of the study abroad opportunities offered by the School of Nursing, you can apply for scholarship funding to help cover the costs. Up to $1,200 is available for undergraduate and graduate students through the Charlotte A. Carlley/Jean E. Schweer Mentorship in Cross-Cultural Studies Fund and the International Learning Experience Program Fund.

Apply for study abroad scholarships
Children and adults in Swaziland pose with IU shirts.