At St. Edward’s, study abroad opportunities are one of the many ways we foster a globally minded perspective throughout our campus community.
Our students have jumped at the opportunity to live, study, work and serve in more than 30 countries — including experiences at our international partner universities shown below. We could share dozens of compelling reasons to study abroad. Here are just a few.
Immerse yourself in your study abroad experience, and gain awareness, appreciation, understanding and knowledge of the diversity and interconnectedness of the world’s peoples and cultures. Prepare to have your views challenged, and be open to discovering new perspectives.
You’ll be in a new environment, where you may not know the language or understand the culture. To make the most of your experience, you’ll adapt to your new surroundings and become resourceful. Students who study abroad are more versatile learners — in and out of the classroom.
You stand out.
Students who study abroad are more likely to graduate on time. Through study abroad, you’ll develop critical skills that employers want, and you’ll increase your network on a global scale — both of which set you up for success in your career and benefit you long after graduation.
Our partner universities span five continents and offer a unique opportunity for study abroad and global connection. An exciting part of our international partnerships is our robust exchange program.
As an exchange student at St. Edward's or at one of our partner universities, you'll live, study and make friends in an international campus community, and learn about yourself and the world in ways that few other experiences can reveal. And that’s just the beginning. Here are more advantages exchange programs offer you:
St. Edward’s provides enhanced study abroad opportunities with 20 partner universities across 17 countries and 5 continents.
Located in the heart of Buenos Aires, the university focuses on a wide range of business disciplines that prepare students to meet the challenges of today’s global business environment.
As Australia’s leading tropical research university, JCU has two campuses with access to the Great Barrier Reef and the rainforests of the Wet Tropics, and over 300 subjects to choose from.
UND Australia is a Catholic university with campuses located in Fremantle, Sydney and Broome. Degrees and courses offered include arts and sciences, business, philosophy, law and medicine.
UTS offers 130 undergraduate courses, including architecture, business, communication, design, engineering, information technology, international studies, law, nursing, and pharmacy.
MCI in Austria, known as an International Entrepreneurial School®, offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees as well as Executive Master programs and Executive Certificate programs.
Best known for its prestige and leadership in engineering, science and technology, the Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria has four campuses in Chile and one in Ecuador.
UAI is known for its business school and is ranked #1 among business administration programs in Latin America. Its coastal campus has state-of-the-art facilities and hosts nearly 3,000 students.
Fu Jen comprises 11 colleges and offers undergraduate, master’s and PhD programs. It is committed to the integration of Western and Chinese cultural values to strengthen world solidarity.
Roehampton has been ranked the “best modern university in London” by The Guardian University Guide and offers studies in science, business, humanities, media, psychology and many others.
UCO hosts more than 12,000 students from 60 countries. Studies include literature, languages, the arts, social and natural sciences, communication, education, management and theology.
Founded by French CEOs, ISG is one of Europe’s leading business schools. Courses are taught in English. Signature degrees include a Bachelor of Business Administration and an International MBA.
The only private Catholic university in Germany, Katholische houses one of the premier business schools in the country. Other studies include social work, languages and mathematics.
Hochschule Koblenz offers 35 courses in applied sciences focusing on both theory and practical experience, including engineering, business, social sciences and applied mathematics.
CUHK’s theme is "Entrepreneurial Spirit with Social Responsibility.” As a research university, it emphasizes practical learning and bringing together China and the West.
A teaching and research institution, National has been awarded the full five QS stars for excellence and is ranked in the top 1% of universities, according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings.
As the largest Catholic university in the world, it has campuses in six Italian cities and is centered in a historic monastery. Courses are taught in English and Italian in a wide range of fields.
Tecnológico de Monterrey has multiple campuses in Mexico. Programs include architecture; business and management; communications and journalism; design and applied art; and many others. Research and internships available.
Abertay’s School of Arts, Media and Computer Games was rated the best in Europe by The Princeton Review. It offers strong programs in business and social sciences, and is also Scotland's leading university for environmental science research.
QMU offers a broad curriculum within their schools of Arts, Social Sciences and Management, and Health Sciences, which includes the Institute for International Health and Development.
CUK has three campuses, each with a different academic focus. Studies include theology, humanities and arts, social sciences, international studies, natural sciences, engineering and medicine.
Jaume I offers 28 degrees through the schools of Technology and Experimental Studies; Humanities and Social Studies; and Law and Economics; and is a pioneer in the use of new technologies.
Pontificia Comillas is a Jesuit university with an enrollment of approximately 10,000 students. It is ranked as one of Spain’s best law, industrial engineering and social work schools.