Few experiences give you a deeper understanding of the world community (and yourself) than living, studying or doing an internship abroad.
At St. Edward’s, we provide a variety of options for you to study abroad, including programs that offer internship opportunities and independent research, as well as educational excursions. Our Global Engagement Office (GEO) will work with you to choose your ideal program and ensure that you achieve your academic goals. See GEO’s 4-step overview: How to Apply to Study Abroad.
Among the most popular study abroad destinations our students travel to are our international partner universities. And with 24 partners in 17 countries, these exchange programs provide plenty of choices to consider. Learn about our partner universities and the advantages our exchange programs offer you.
Students participate in faculty-led trips, most commonly to our partner universities. Each trip focuses on a specific area of study. For example, Photocommunications students traveled to Beppu, Japan, under the guidance of their professor, and put their cameras to work documenting a topic of their choosing. View narrated slideshows of four students presenting their favorite photos and describing their experiences in Japan.
Through our approved provider programs, students have access to hundreds of study abroad options in more than 90 countries. These programs allow students to complete courses at study centers designed for American students or at local institutions through direct enrollments.
The Bill Munday School of Business offers MBA students a Global Business Capstone course that prepares future business leaders and entrepreneurs for a global market. This program takes students to another country for 10 days to experience and research its culture and economy. While there, they create and present a real business plan for a company.
Students at St. Edward’s make a difference in communities around the world through International Immersion Experiences in India, Peru, Canada, Jamaica and South Africa. Sponsored by Campus Ministry, these 2-week programs enable students to live, learn and serve in communities with special challenges and participate in unique opportunities to impact the lives of others.