Non-GVSU programs are study abroad programs which are sponsored by another university or a study abroad organization. GVSU students are welcome to participate in these types of programs. Over 50% of GVSU students who study abroad choose to do a Non-GVSU program.
A Study Abroad Adviser can help you find a Non-GVSU program. Students are also welcome to use the below search engines to look for programs.
PLEASE NOTE: Students must apply to a Non-GVSU program through the OASIS system. This is a very important step that will allow students to access their financial aid and receive credit for the courses they take on a Non-GVSU program.
This is a comprehensive on-line directory for study abroad programs, language schools, internships, international volunteer positions, international teaching positions, universities, eco-travel and a whole lot more. Browse Programs
This is another directory that allows you to search for study abroad, internships abroad, teach abroad and volunteering abroad. You can sort by country and region when looking. Browse Programs
This is a study abroad search engine. It enables users to search by country or subject of study as well as language of instruction. Browse Programs
Students are welcome to contact a Study Abroad Adviser for questions regarding Non-GVSU program. Advisers are happy to offer advising, support and services for students participating in a Non-GVSU program.
Below are some Non-GVSU program options which GVSU has formal partnership agreements with. These providers offer scholarships and discounts to GVSU students. GVSU students also benefit from our familiarity with, and confidence in these affiliate programs.
Keep in mind, you are NOT limited to these programs.
Direct enrollment reflects non-GVSU study abroad opportunities where students work directly with a host institution/University in another country to earn academic credit instead of applying through a study abroad provider. The direct enrollment option gives you access to a wider range of institutions who offer academics that meet your personal and professional interests. Students who are highly organized and willing to complete extra paperwork on their own can save a lot of money.
See the Direct Enrollment Guide for more information.