Learning Abroad

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    Explore the world while earning credit! Gannon University's Office of Learning Abroad offers international, credit-bearing experiences for students of every major, with scholarships available. Click on one of the links to the left to learn more about our semester exchange programs, GIFT faculty-led programs, Alternative Break Service Trips,  the T.R.A.V.E.L. Program, scholarships, and more!

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    Current Gannon students are also encouraged to visit the Learning Abroad page on the Gannon portal, where they can find more in-depth descriptions and contact information for specific programs.

    Gannon University Learning Abroad Scholarship Program

    Gannon University is committed to providing students with learning opportunities that will ensure global awareness and multicultural appreciation. In order to encourage students to study abroad, the University awards scholarships to eligible undergraduate students based on merit and/or need who will be participating in an academically-based Learning Abroad program. The amount awarded is dependent on the applicant pool, available funding, and the duration of the intended program. Students will receive further information on scholarships upon completion and acceptance of Learning Abroad program applications.


    • Alternative Break Service Trips

      The Center for Social Concerns offers numerous Alternative Break Service Trips every year over spring break and following the end of the spring semester.  

      View Alternative Break Service Trips
    • Faculty-Led Programs

      Gannon students have the opportunity to participate in trips led by faculty members, some for course credit.

      View Faculty-Led Programs
    • Semester Exchange Programs

      Gannon students may go for a semester to select institutions. Eligible students may be able to use federal financial aid and Gannon scholarships.

      View Semester Exchange Programs
    • T.R.A.V.E.L. Program

      This innovative new program encourages students to live on campus in intentional communities, meet regularly to study a variety of topics together in partnership with two co-facilitators, and travel together to the international destination of their choice in the month of May.

      View T.R.A.V.E.L. Program