» Continue Your International Experience

Now that you are home, there are many ways to continue your study abroad experience and use your newly acquired skills and interests. Maybe you could even go abroad again as an undergraduate or graduate student! Please note that Chapman does not endorse or recommend any commercial products, processes, or services. We encourage you to research any organization that provides services or information abroad regarding their business practices.

Also check out Activities and Events at Chapman for returning study abroad students. 

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International Involvement on Campus

Fellowships, Scholarships, and Graduate Programs Abroad

Visit Chapman's Center for Undergraduate Excellence to learn about more opportunities and for guidance on choosing and applying to these exciting opportunities

Graduate School Abroad Opportunities

Read What You Need to Know About Studying in Graduate Schools Abroad by Ryan Allen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Attallah College of Educational Studies.

Chapman’s Career and Professional Development can help you explore graduate school options.

Work or Volunteer Abroad

The following organizations are not affiliated, reviewed, or approved by Chapman. We encourage you to research the ethics, values, and program design of organizations that provide international work or volunteer experience in terms of support resources, sustainability, and impact on the host community. Read the Guidelines for International Volunteering from Idealist.org. Also read a caution on volunteering at orphanages while traveling at Orphanages.no.

Chapman students have free access to GoinGlobal (click on the Resources tab after logging in) where you can search more than 16 million plus job and internship postings, view company profiles and contact information for leading employers in 196 countries, and find local information on work permit/visa regulations, interview advice, resume writing/CV guidelines, employment trends, cost of living information and more for 120-plus of the top employment markets around the world.

Book a 1-on-1 session with Chapman alum Logan Sullivan of Global Citizens Coach. After 10 years in ~70 countries representing dozens of nonprofits, Logan offers guidance and insights to students interested in both seeing the world and impacting the world in a positive way.