Radford Faculty-Led Programs
Radford faculty-led study abroad programs are designed, developed, and directed by Radford faculty members. These programs are 2 to 4 weeks in length and typically take place in the summer or spring break.
Radford Exchange Programs
Radford currently has exchange agreements with 15 universities around the world. Participating in a Radford Exchange program allows you to enroll at one of our partner universities alongside local students, offering a high level of immersion. Interested students will first apply to Radford and if selected, applicants will next apply directly to the host university. Admitted students continue to pay regular tuition and fees to Radford; students arrange housing through the host university or independently. Coursework appears as transfer credit and students are required to have coursework approved for transfer prior to departure.
Radford Partner Programs
Radford partner programs are programs administered by a partner organization and include students from a variety of US universities and colleges. Students work with advisors to identify the best program, and then apply and pay application fees directly to the provider and register with the study abroad office by the applicable deadline. Coursework appears as transfer credit and students are required to have coursework approved for transfer prior to departure.
Radford Internship and Clinical Programs
There are several study abroad programs which offer internships during a semester or summer. These internships are typically imbedded into the curriculum of a seminar class and have an academic component for which credit will be awarded. Often the study abroad provider can offer a wide range of internship placements depending on interest. Some internship options may require an additional fee.
Graduate-level Clinicals and Pre-Professional Experiences
Students participating in clinical or pre-professional abroad experiences are expected to have permission from their department and/or clinical coordinator.