Stanford University is launching a study abroad program to help students pay for their own tuition.
The program, dubbed Stanford Study abroad, will be offered by the school’s online MBA program, which has more than 200 students from over 100 countries.
It is available for undergraduate students, graduate students and post-grad students.
The Stanford study, which was created with the help of the National Science Foundation and is part of the School of Business, aims to give Stanford students more flexibility than they currently have to pursue their interests abroad.
It will also offer a unique perspective into the Stanford experience, offering students access to the largest collection of Stanford courses, courses, and courses offerings in the world.
Stanford study in other parts of the worldAccording to the university, the Stanford Study overseas program will allow students to study abroad for up to eight weeks at a time.
Students will also be able to earn money from the program through course purchases and tuition fees.
The plan, which will be announced later this year, is designed to give students an opportunity to explore their interests in a new country.
Stanford students have long been a popular choice to study overseas, with nearly half of all undergraduates enrolling in the program, according to the school.
Stanley said it will also provide Stanford students with access to more than 4,000 Stanford courses from the University of California, including many in the history of business.
The Stanford Study in other countries will offer similar options for students.