In a Direct Exchange Program, students pay tuition to their home university; this means the tuition for a semester in England or Japan costs the same as tuition at NJCU. Room and board are paid to the host university. Students can study at partner universities around the world:
NJCU’s International Affiliates offer significant scholarship opportunities that can reduce the cost of a semester program- tuition, room and board, and excursions- to almost the same amount you will pay for tuition alone at NJCU.
NJCU provides students the opportunity to study around the world through its partnerships with ISA , EF, and CEA. These organizations provide hundreds of study abroad opportunities, including semester, year, and summer and winter programs.
Faculty-led programs are short-term study abroad programs led by NJCU faculty members that are tied to an academic coursework. Students participating in faculty-led trips must be enrolled for the course associated with the experience abroad at NJCU. These programs are typically 8-14 days long. Lectures, site visits, readings and fieldwork are integrated into the program abroad to enrich the student's experience. Current short term programs are listed under Faculty Led Programs.