At a time when the world's most important challenges are international in nature, understanding of other people and cultures takes on added significance.
Cabrini's study abroad programs immerse you in other cultures and help you gain new insights into your own. International education opportunities are available to you as early as the second semester of your freshman year.
You can study abroad in traditional semester-long and yearlong programs, during the summer, or by enrolling in one of the short-term study abroad courses offered by the College each spring semester.
Short-term study abroad courses include an 8- to 10-day international component that takes place during the spring semester.
Students have studied science in Switzerland, Spanish language and culture in Madrid, the European Union in Amsterdam, and theatre in London.
Imagine studying in interesting places such as:
Voyage of Discovery to ItalyEach year, the National Italian American Foundation takes a group of approximately 20 college students of Italian heritage to Italy. This all-expenses-paid service and educational trip is an opportunity for them to rediscover their heritage and give back to their homeland.
Before submitting applications, students should contact Study Abroad Coordinator Nick Uliano, Ed.D., at 610-902-8383 or email@example.com.
Study Abroad Scholarship for Business MajorsThe John J. Heiberger, Jr. Study Abroad Award is a one-time need-based scholarship open to all Cabrini business majors to help pay for a study abroad experience.
For more information, contact Study Abroad Coordinator Nick Uliano, Ed.D., at 610-902-8383 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Founder's Hall, Room 367.