Study Abroad

Experience a world of educational possibilities, cultures, and travel!

Studying abroad is one of the best ways Sinclair students gain the international experience necessary to be successful in today's global workforce. Among other things, students who study abroad learn:

  • Cross-cultural communication skills
  • Flexibility
  • Adaptability to new situations
  • Leadership skills
  • Listening skills
  • The ability to work effectively in an international setting

Take a look at our upcoming study abroad opportunities, and widen your world. Programs, courses, and cultural excursions may vary from year to year. Programs are open to all students and campus community members. To learn more contact Anne Rohlfer at anne.rohlfer@sinclair.edu or 937-512-2975.

2017/2018 Faculty Led Programs


U.S.. Mexico Border Trip 

Dates: February 22 – Feb 26, 2018 (tentative)  Faculty Lead: Dona Fletcher

Description of trip: On this trip, students will be introduced to the geographical, sociological, political and economic questions surrounding migration and international border issues.  Students will meet and talk with various individuals including attorneys, health care workers and migrants as part of the learning experience. Estimated Cost: $1,080 Deposit: $250

Deadline to Apply and Pay Deposit: October 1, 2017


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To learn more about each program email the program leaders.

To Apply

  1. Do the Sinclair Study Abroad Application.
  2. Pay the deposit to the Bursars office. Get two copies of the receipt. 
  3. Bring the completed application and 1 copy of the receipt to the International Education Office (10312) before the program deadline.
  4. Apply for the Study Abroad Award.