In addition to our partner programs with Where There Be Dragons, students may also choose to study at our affiliated program, the School for International Training (SIT).
SIT offers over 55 academically and experientially challenging programs in nearly 40 countries in the world. SIT programs tend to focus on issues of social and/or environmental justice, global economic development and public health. Regions include: Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Europe, and the Pacific. Homestays and language are usually significant components of SIT's programs as well. Most programs are semester-long, a few are summer term, and some are offered for graduate credit.
What if you want to participate in a Study Abroad program that is NOT a Dragons' program or through School for International Training?
Naropa recognizes that there are other worthwhile study abroad programs that may not be part of our Naropa-Sponsored or Naropa Affiliated programs. Students may choose this option, but unaffiliated programs require that students complete a Study Abroad Consortium form, to be signed by your advisor and the Study Abroad Adminstrator at Naropa. Unaffiliated programs that are deemed appropriate and safe are then eligible for federal financial aid and will appear on the Naropa transcript. Please note that there is a $25 per credit fee for consortium classes and that Naropa institutional aid will not apply to unaffiliated study abroad programs.
To learn more about the differences between the various types of study abroad options available through Naropa, go to our Study Abroad at a Glance page.