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Study Abroad with Antioch Education Abroad
Antioch University Midwest’s (AUM) BA Completion program includes the option to integrate a semester of study abroad through Antioch Education Abroad (AEA) programs.
- Gain international experience in your field to expand your career potential
- Tailor your studies through unique, individualized BA curriculum and coursework abroad
- Study abroad with AEA for one semester (or a full year) without delaying graduation
- Apply Financial Aid and AEA Tuition Scholarship to study abroad
Individualized, Practical, International
At Antioch, we work individually with each student to create a degree plan that tailors your educational experience to fit your unique academic, professional and personal goals. Through our BA Completion Program with Study Abroad, our students become active agents of change in their communities through hands-on engagement and study in the U.S. and internationally.
In addition, the hands-on, experiential learning component of AEA programs allows you to directly explore your field of study and career interests abroad, adding invaluable global experience to your job portfolio. Read here for more on a recent national study linking study abroad to more meaningful careers related to their fields, and with a higher salary.
Through AEA and BA Faculty Advising, students in AUM’s Humanities, Sustainability, Individualized, among other majors, may create a degree plan that includes study abroad and still completes the requirements for the major to graduate according to schedule.
Study Abroad Scholarships and Financial Aid
Students work with their AUM Financial Aid counselors to find out what types of financial aid they are eligible for and how much will apply to the AEA program study abroad term(s), including tuition, room and board, and transportation.
Students in AUM’s BA Completion program become automatically eligible for a $4,300 scholarship towards AEA tuition on a semester of study abroad. This new scholarship was introduced in 2013 to support greater accessibility for AUM students to participate in AEA’s study abroad programs.