Where in the world: Cambodia
Discover the sights of Siem Reap, see floating villages and explore the temples of Angkor.
SAIT students can travel to Cambodia as part of a service-learning program — supporting local residents through a community-focused project while building life-long connections with students from around the globe. Where in the world can you study abroad?
Get a global perspective
Studying abroad may be your first or only opportunity to travel until after graduation — it may even be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Most importantly, studying abroad lets you see the world. You'll see new terrain, landmarks, customs and traditions — you'll take away a better understanding and appreciation of your host country's culture and history.
Discover new approaches and techniques
You may experience a different style of education and get exposure to another side of your industry that offers new methods and techniques you can apply to your studies at home — and after graduation.
Develop new language skills
Studying abroad is also an opportunity to develop language skills, either through studying in a second language or by practicing the language spoken locally. Any additional language skills are an asset short-term and long-term.
Make connections around the globe
One of the biggest benefits of studying abroad is building lifelong relationships and friendships with students and others from your host country — stay in touch with those who may be valuable networking tools down the road.
Expand your career options
After your study abroad program, you'll have a fresh perspective on culture, new industry-relevant skills, approaches and techniques you can immediately apply to your studies, and a willingness to learn — these are very attractive to future employers.
You may enjoy your host country so much that you decide to seek employment there after graduation — and you'll find that your study abroad experience was invaluable when you search for a potential job in that country.
Our Career Advancement Services can help you in your job search, resumé writing and interview preparation. Your study abroad experience may even be a recognized co-curricular