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Study Abroad Program

Program Details

The Office of International Studies promotes and coordinates international study for Claflin University students. This Office promotes opportunities that equip students with skills that enable them to communicate in other languages, as well to know other cultures and to understand an increasingly complex world.

Students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of these international opportunities.

All students must report to the Leadership Development Center to register for study abroad. All applications are due for spring by October 1 and for fall by March 1.

The benefits of studying abroad - it’s an investment that pays great dividends!

CU Exchange Programs

Claflin University has an exchange program with the following universities. Exchange students do not have to pay tuition, fees or room and board fees to these schools, and the application fee is waived. These costs are paid to Claflin. The credits from the international programs will be transferred to the Claflin University transcript.

Study Abroad Affiliate Programs

Claflin University is formally affiliated with the following institutions. Because of these affiliation agreements, Claflin students receive a discount when traveling with these companies.

Other South Carolina Study Abroad Programs

If we do not offer what you are interested in, please look at these programs. Note: Benedict College also has a program, but it is not directly accessible through the internet.

A helpful link is www.studyabroad.com

Diversity Abroad

This program, which allows students to apply for scholarships to help them study abroad, strongly encourages African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Latino and economically disadvantaged students to apply for funding. Students must meet the requirements specified on the Diversity Abroad webpage. http://www.diversityabroad.com/scholarships/diversity-abroad

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For information about studying abroad, 
please contact:

Dr. Leon Chang, Director
Study Abroad Program 
Claflin University
400 Magnolia Street
Orangeburg, SC 29115
(803) 535-5679
E-mail: lshik@claflin.edu 

Adventures Abroad
Claflin University students blog about their experiences studying abroad


Asfar Rashid: Japan, Land of The Rising Sun

by Wendy Jeffcoat Crider | Feb 14, 2014

Asfar Rashid in JapanFirst week in Japan has been a tremendous experience in Kansai Gaidai University. It was dominated by the week long orientation program where students all over the world joined the program. In the last one week I have socialized with students and faculty from the various parts of the world and hence I feel like a global citizen. I made an appointment to meet some Japanese friends at the university campus to visit Osaka city. Osaka station was large, so I was nervous. When I asked for directions, the people always showed me the way with a smile. It gave me a good impression, so, fortunately, I could explore the city comfortably with friends. They showed me around Osaka. They treated me to Japanese foods such as sushi, yaki, and denbura. The Japanese cuisine was very good. We had a good time. After the day wonderful city tour of Osaka, the university arranged Kyoto tour which was filled with historic temples and mountains. Kyoto tour has been the best experience for me because I got the feeling of serenity walking around the beautiful Buddhist temples. Now, that my classes are about to begin, I am fully focused on my courses and represent Claflin University in the global stage.

Asfar Rashid is a sophomore at Claflin University.

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