“A life-changing experience.” That is a common remark from our students upon returning from studying abroad. Who wouldn’t be interested in something similar? Scranton has connections to programs across the globe, helping students in nearly every major study abroad. Since 2015, our students have studied in 37 countries. In many cases, their studies have included internships and community service.
Where Can I Go?plus or minus
Australia, Ireland, England, Italy and Spain have been the most popular study abroad destinations for our students in the past five years. But don’t limit yourself to these countries! Our students regularly head to South Africa, Jordan, Argentina, Ecuador, China and Denmark.
When Can I Go?plus or minus
Study abroad for an entire year, a semester or a summer. Faculty also lead international courses during intersession and summer.
What Can I Expect?plus or minus
Knowing what you expect and want from a study abroad program will help you select an option that best suits you. Scranton helps identify countries and universities that best fit your individual needs on both an academic and personal level. As you move forward in the process, you might want to consider the following questions:
1. Why am I doing this?
2. What do I want to get out of this experience?
3. What is the best way of getting what I want?
1. Academic Programs
2. University Life
4. Type of Study Abroad Program
Studying abroad changed my life in so many ways, but I'm most proud of how it taught me to be appreciative of other cultures. I studied in Milan, Italy for a full semester and traveled all throughout Europe. The Jesuit mission of providing a transformative education came into play - I was able to learn, grow as a person, try new things and make lifelong connections.
Tiffany Smith '18