Semester Exchange Programs

  • Gannon students may go for a semester to the institutions listed below. Eligible students may be able to use federal financial aid and Gannon scholarships.



    American University of Madaba

    The American University of Madaba currently offers bachelor’s degrees in the following Faculties (colleges): Engineering, Science, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Art and Design, Business and Finance, Languages and Communication.

    Faculty members have been recruited from throughout the Middle East, Europe, and North America. Approximately two-thirds of the faculty members have degrees from US and European universities and classroom instruction is exclusively in English.

    AUM is a traditional American-style four-year university located on a stand-alone campus (larger than 100 acres) approximately five miles from the city of Madaba, a historic region in the country of Jordan.

    More information on the university can be found on AUM’s webpage.

    Specific faculty-related course information 

    Programs of study at the American University of Madaba are open to students of all majors.



    American University of Rome

    Gannon's newest semester-exchange program is with the American University of Rome, situated on the Janiculum Hill, one of the city's famed seven hills. AUR is a university that offers programs for degree-seeking students and study abroad students alike. Home to around 500 students representing 40 different countries, AUR will provide students with an international experience they will never forget.

    Students are able to take a variety of courses in subjects ranging from Classics to Astrology, Mathematics to Latin and everything in between. Students will be housed in university-owned apartments within walking distance of the university or within close proximity to public transportation systems.

    For information on facilities, classes, living arrangements and AUR's summer sessions, visit their website.  

    Programs of study at the American University of Rome are open to students of all majors.  



    Australian Catholic University

    Home to 25,000 students, Australian Catholic University boasts six campuses, located in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Ballarat, Melbourne, and Adelaide. 

    Students can take courses from the faculties of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Health Sciences, and Theology and Philosophy.

    Further information on spending a semester at ACU can be found on the ACU website.

    Programs of study at ACU are open to students of all majors.



    Hochschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences

    The Hoschschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences is located in Osnabrück, in northwest Germany, home to around 273,000 inhabitants and boasting a history dating back to the late eighth century.

    Founded in 1971, the university offers four faculties and one academy of music, under which exists 51 undergraduate programs and 26 postgraduate programs. The university is home to more than 10,000 students and 230 lecturers.

    For more information on exchange opportunities with Hoschschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, please visit their website.

    Programs of study at Hoschschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences are open to students of all majors, though the university offers a very strong business and engineering component.

    Students interested in studying topics such as Global Marketing Management, International Business and International Public Health (among other topics) are encouraged to consider the International Summer University of Germany, hosted by Hoschschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences. Courses are taught in English and students will have the opportunity to interact with fellow students from all over the world during this three-week program. 



    Maria Curie-Sklodowska University

    At Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, home to six schools of higher education, Gannon students pursuing their MBA can continue their studies (courses are taught in English) in Lublin, Poland. 

    Maria Curie-Sklodowska University is the largest public University in eastern Poland. The unique character of UMCS’s educational offer is achieved through its versatility manifested by 11 faculties where students obtain their education.

    Further information can be obtained from the university’s Faculty of Economics website.

    Programs of study at Maria Curie-Sklodowska University are limited to MBA students.



    Mary Immaculate College

    Located in the town of Limerick, Ireland and founded in 1898, Mary Immaculate College is the oldest third level institution in the city, boasting an enrollment of over 3,000 students. The College offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts and a Bachelor of Education degree.

    Students can take courses in a range of subjects, including but not limited to: French Studies, Irish Language for Beginners, History, Irish Heritage Studies, Music, Philosophy, and Theology and Religious Studies.

    More information, including course offerings, can be found on the Mary Immaculate College website.

    Programs of study at Mary Immaculate College are open to students of all majors.



    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso

    The central campus of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso is located in downtown Valparaiso and boasts an enrollment of 13,000 students. Undergraduate degrees are offered in more than 50 subjects, including architecture, design, industrial engineering, business, law, and Spanish.

    For more information, please visit PUCV’s website for international studies.

    Students who cannot spend a full semester at PUCV, but are still interested in studying in Chile are encouraged to consider PUCV's Short-Term Intensive Programs, held in the summer.

    Courses of study at PUCV are open to students of all majors, though a proficiency in Spanish is strongly suggested.


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    St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford

    St. Edmund Hall, one of the colleges of the University of Oxford, dates back to the thirteenth century, before many of the other colleges at Oxford had been founded. Home to around 750 students, the Hall offers courses in the subjects of Chemistry, Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Psychology and many more!

    Gannon students are able to spend a semester or entire academic year studying at St. Edmund Hall.

    For more information, please visit St. Edmund Hall's website.

    Programs of study at St. Edmund Hall are open to students of all majors.