Study Abroad

PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID19 all summer programs scheduled before August 1 are cancelled. All other programs are subject to change.

Study Abroad Travel Grants - DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 15, 2020 
2020 Summer/Fall Asian Studies Study Abroad Travel Grants are now available.
For an application, click here...

Students are required for the major and encouraged for the minor to spend a summer, semester, or year in an approved study program in China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, South Asia, or the Pacific. Students who wish to study abroad, and who wish to have the academic work taken in that program count toward a Lehigh degree, must have a GPA of 2.7 or higher for the semester/year and 2.0 (in good standing) for short-term programs. Any student with a lower GPA may petition the Committee on the Standing of Students for an exception to this rule before applying to an approved study abroad program. For information on all programs consult Study Abroad Office, 610-758-3351 or
Tiger's Nest Monastery - Kingdom of Bhutan

All programs that are offered can be viewed on the Lehigh University's Study Abroad Website
Program sessions are year-long, semester-long, summer and winter break.
For more information, consult The Study Abroad Office, Coxe Hall, 32 Sayre Dr. 610-758-3351,

Asian Studies Program Study Abroad Travel Grants
Offered twice a year: Summer/Fall (spring deadline) and Winter/Spring (fall deadline)
The Asian Studies program offers study abroad travel grants to eligible students in all the undergraduate colleges twice a year. Students who plan to spend a summer, semester, or year in an approved study program in the Asian countries are encouraged to apply. Students are required to submit an online application form and personal statement, along with the names of two Lehigh Professors who will submit a brief statement of support on your behalf.  One must be from an Asian Studies professor and one from another professor.  If you have not taken a course with an Asian Studies professor, any two professors would be acceptable.  Applications will be reviewed by the Asian Studies Travel Grants Committee and recipients will be notified.  

For more information:
The Office of Interdisciplinary Programs
31 Williams Hall - Room 101