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Study Abroad

 

Welcome to Study Abroad at Providence College!

Providence College students have the following study abroad options:

Semester Study Abroad

Providence College works with approved study abroad providers that can be found in over 40 countries. From application management to onsite support and transcript evaluation, these organizations administer all aspects of the study abroad experience. Providers offer study centers designed for American students and direct enrollment options at local institutions for students to complete courses. Many programs also include internship placements and independent research, as well as local orientation programs and educational excursions.

Summer Study Abroad

Students may elect to spend a summer abroad in lieu of, or in addition to, a semester program. Summer study abroad is also done through program providers, therefore providing many of the same options as semester programs. While program lengths vary, the typical summer program is between 4-6 weeks. Students must complete the summer study abroad application by March 15, 2019.

Faculty-Led Programs

Each year several exceptional programs are offered to Providence College students. These are PC courses with a faculty-led overseas component, typically ranging from 1-3 weeks. These courses combine classroom study with real-world experiences, allowing students to gain international insight on their field of study.

 Get Started

Follow these step-by-step instructions to make studying abroad for a semester or year a reality.

 Course Equivalency Database

The Course Equivalency Database is a HISTORIC list of study abroad courses that have already been approved. The courses included may not be offered every semester and may not represent the full array of courses available. Students should always check their program’s website for a full list of course offerings during their study abroad semester.

 Forms & Finances

Learn more about studying abroad policies and access study abroad forms.