Naropa University values active engagement in a global context. We want our graduates to understand the differences and interdependencies that characterize our world. Study abroad is a powerful tool to expand students' worldviews and awaken education. Most students who go abroad usually report meaningful shifts in connection to self and others, as well as a heightened sense of commitment to improving global inequities.
At Naropa University, there are different options for studying abroad. Students may choose one of the Naropa-sponsored programs, the Bhutan Study Abroad program or Where There Be Dragons, or students may choose to study with the School for International Training (SIT). Pending approval from Naropa’s study abroad administrator, students also have the option to find a study abroad program of their choosing. Limitations to financial aid and transferability of credit may apply.
Naropa students wishing to study abroad should meet with Naropa’s study abroad administrator to discuss the various options for studying abroad. Students attending a program other than the Bhutan Study Abroad program or Where There Are Dragons will need to fill out consortium paperwork and obtain approval from the study abroad administrator and academic advisor.
The Study Abroad Office is located on the second floor of Wulsin Hall in The Learning Commons, an alliance of campus resources that actively collaborate to support a student's journey toward self-discovery, academic success, and engaged action in the world.
Spend a semester at the Royal University of Bhutan experiencing the arts, spirituality, sustainable practices, mythology, education, happiness, and extraordinary landscapes similar to those in Nepal and Tibet.
Study abroad in China, India, the Himalayas or the Andes and Amazon through Naropa and Where There Be Dragons.
Naropa students may also choose to study at our affiliated program, School for International Training, or with an unaffiliated program.