Study Abroad

Congratulations!  You’ve made it to the first step in what could become one of the most exciting opportunities of your college career:


study abroad


Did you know. . .?


  • Study abroad students were twice as likely to find a job out of college. 
  • 80% of study abroad students claimed their experience made them feel more satisfied with their jobs. 
  • 84% of study abroad students claimed their experience helped them build valuable skills for the job market. 

(statistics gathered by


University of California, Merced


Did you know...?
Cuyamaca College recently joined forces with Citrus College, MiraCosta College, and other southern California Community colleges to offer study abroad opportunities to our students.


For updates on Study Abroad locations, please access:


If you are interested in participating, complete the Study Abroad Interest Form:


If you are planning to transfer to SDSU, you must contact Dr. Amaliya Blyumin (, before participating in the program.


If you'd like to contact Lindy Brazil, our Study Abroad Ambassador,
to talk about studying abroad, Click here to make an appointment to meet with her during her office hours

FALL 2023- Rome, Italy
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Dear Dublin and Rome students,


Here’s the link for the FEA scholarship. The deadline arrives quite early, January 18 at 9am (12pm EST), so be sure to get started on this asap. You’ll also need a letter of recommendation from a faculty members. Request this soon as well.

Application link:


-You can also start to look into the Gilman Scholarship here but this deadline is not until March. The Gilman is only for Pell Grant eligible students.


-Click here for a long list of assorted scholarships. Some links may be dead and/or deadlines are not accurate. You’ll need to Google and research these for up-to-date information.


-Click here for a Gilman essay writing guide. This format is also useful for other scholarships although you’ll have to adapt it a bit.


FEA Info:


The mission of the Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) is to provide scholarships and ongoing support to students who are underrepresented among the U.S. study abroad population.


FEA awards up to $5,000 for a fall or spring semester abroad, with a minimum of $1,000 for short-term programs. 


While we encourage all students to apply for an FEA scholarship, preference is given to students of color, first-generation college students, community college students, and students with high financial need.



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Interested in studying in Madrid or Paris?


Cuyamaca and Grossmont students are encouraged to apply for the 2023 study abroad programs in Madrid and Paris. If such a program sounds interesting, you might want to join one of the informational meetings scheduled this semester during which time you'll learn about the semester abroad in Madrid and the intersession abroad in Paris. There's no need to commit--the meetings are designed simply to inform students about this exciting opportunity.


Here is the schedule of study abroad meetings:


Madrid Spring 2023

  • 5 pm on Wednesday 9/7/22
  • 5 pm on Wednesday 9/28/22 
  • 5 pm on Wednesday 10/12/22

Paris Winter Intersession 2023

  • 5 pm on Tuesday 9/6/22 


The meeting registration link is on the Citrus College Study Abroad website:



London Study Abroad Meeting:


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Paris Study Abroad

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