Programs abroad offer you the opportunity to explore world cultures and languages while developing the interpersonal and analytical skills vital to success in the global marketplace. A study abroad experience is a time of adventure where you can explore new themes, shift your perspective, build relationships and challenge yourself to learn and grow. It’s also a chance to demonstrate initiative and adaptability as you plan and set off for your studies abroad.
Gannon students may go abroad for a semester, year, summer session, as well as an internship with the providers listed below. Federal financial aid maybe used.
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.
At different times throughout the academic year students may have the opportunity to travel abroad with Gannon faculty. Please check with the Study Abroad Office or Financial Aid Office for information regarding using financial aid.
Students may receive approval by their advisor and dean of their college to receive academic credit abroad during full-time semester, year, or summer semester programs.
Students may use a study abroad provider to do an internship abroad, or may find one on their own.
Students must receive the approval of their internship by the Center for Experiential Education. Please visit the Center in the Student Success Center located on the 1st Floor of Palumbo to schedule an appointment.
Over the past few years the Center for Social Concerns has done service learning abroad. Destinations include Canada, El Salvador, and Haiti.
Please contact the Center for Social Concern for information regarding opportunities.
If you are interested in applying to possibly serve as a Fulbright scholar, please speak with Dr. Sahay, Palumbo 2223.
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