At GPS, we understand the value of a global perspective. Our students hail from nations near and far. Our curriculum features case studies from the Pacific region and beyond. And our student groups promote diversity and cultural exploration.
For those students interested in expanding their horizons even further, GPS offers a variety of academic exchanges with partner institutions in the Pacific region. Currently, we have formal exchanges with universities in Chile and Japan, with agreements in Brazil and Mexico nearing completion. And we are adding more every day.
GPS students can also participate in the University of California Education Abroad Program (UCEAP) during their graduate studies but because most classes are taught at the undergraduate level, GPS credit may not be given. Students are encouraged to meet with the academic advising team to discuss options.
For more information on going abroad while at GPS, including potential financial assistance, please contact us.
Universidad de Chile Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Chile