Students in all of the programs within the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management benefit immensely from studying or interning abroad. The opportunity to understand ongoing issues and challenges of NGO organizations working abroad, or the role of local, national and international actors in supporting economic development, health care, education, human rights work and conservation efforts — is an unparalleled learning opportunity.
Study the practices and policies that foster safe, convenient, and accessible bicycle infrastructure and the underlying cultures that support a high rate of bicycle use. Visit museums, galleries, buildings, gardens, communities, and neighborhoods for experiential, hands-on learning.
At the University of Oregon, you have more than 250 programs to choose from, in 90 countries around the world. Check out some of the opportunities to enhance your studies.