Study Abroad Summer Applications Due February 15

Study Abroad Summer Applications Due February 15

Choose From a Wide Variety of Exciting Short-Term Summer Programs

Summer is a great time to study abroad! Whether you are an athlete who cannot travel during the semester, you are unsure about being abroad for a long period of time, or you're just looking to pick up some credits while having an amazing international experience, summer can be the perfect time to study abroad.

Fairfield University's Office of Study Abroad offers a wide range of study abroad opportunities for students including summer and faculty-led options. Summer programs range from two to eight weeks, and students have the opportunity to study in Manyara, Tanzania; Aix-en-Provence, France; Florence, Italy; Prague, Czech Republic; Madrid, Spain; St. Petersburg, Russia; Athens, Greece; Galway, Ireland; London, England; Auckland, New Zealand; and more.

The Faculty-Led Program option is an additional short-term study abroad opportunity for students to participate in. Faculty-Led opportunities increase students’ cultural understanding and support the Jesuit mission “to promote a sense of social responsibility, making sure all students embrace and develop their full creative, intellectual potential.” The programs typically run 8-10 days. Faculty-led options for the summer include: History of St. Petersburg in Russia from May 11-21, Modern China from May 14-24, and Global Capital Marketing in Florence from June 2-21.

Students must attend an Office of Study Abroad Information Session before applying for a study abroad program.

The 2019 Summer application is due February 15, 2019. 

For more information about study abroad opportunities, please visit fairfield.edu/studyabroad .

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