Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Study Aboard Opportunities

Study Abroad can put you in a new and fascinating location almost anywhere on the globe for one week in Winter or Spring Break, three to four weeks in May-June, the summer, a full semester, or a whole year.

These Study Abroad programs are supervised by Horticulture & Landscape Architecture faculty and were created specifically to meet the needs and interests of HLA students.

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College of Agriculture Study Abroad Programs

Purdue Agriculture students have a fantastic resource to help you explore all aspects of Study Abroad.  The International Programs in Agriculture (IPIA) office located in the Agricultural Administration Building (room 26 AGAD) provides information and support for everyone in the College of Agriculture.


University Wide Study Abroad Program

Additionally, the Office of Study Abroad (OSA) located in Young Hall (room 105 YONG) offers a wide range of programs open to all Purdue Students.


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