Some schools have extensive study abroad programs. I am not sure if I want to go abroad but I definitely want to take a Spanish class or two as electives. Should I consider a school that has a good program or is studying abroad unnecessary and more of an extracurricular?
- anonymous alum Even schools that don't have study abroad programs, or well developed programs, can partner with other schools that do. So, I wouldn't approach this as a deciding factor in college choice. If it becomes important to you later, you will be able to find a way to do it.