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Study Abroad Programs

Travel the globe; discover the world.

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 semester-long, year-long, or summer programs or by enrolling in one of the short-term study abroad courses offered by Cabrini each spring semester that includes a 7 to 10-day international component. Summer opportunities include Argentina, Ireland, and Italy.


Featured trips

Ray Ward of the Wolfington Center and Dr. Jerry Zurek will once again be leading the study abroad trip to Guatemala during Cabrini's spring break, Feb. 25 to March 4.

Students must enroll in the ECG 200 or ECG 300 Guatemala course in the spring. (If a student has already taken their ECGs, they may enroll for elective credit.)

We have some limited need-based financial aid for qualifying students. The all-inclusive cost is $1,000. Full information can be found here: https://cabrinicomdept.wixsite.com/guatemala

More than 150 students over the years have found this experience to be among the most impactful of their college career.

In the first half of the semester, students learn about the history, culture, and strengths of the Guatemalan community. Then during spring break they learn from and form bonds with the community while working alongside the citizens of San Lucas Tolimán. Upon return, the students prepare to advocate to our government leaders regarding systemic issues of climate change, poverty, and hunger they have witnessed.



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Students have studied science in Switzerland, Spanish language and culture in Madrid, the European Union in Amsterdam, and theatre in London.

  • Before submitting applications, students must visit the International Affairs Office (Mansion, 2nd floor) and contact Dr. Paul Wright (Asst. Provost for International Affairs; Study Abroad Coordinator) at 610.902.8270 or paul.wright@cabrini.edu.
  • Note that for semester-long and summer study abroad programs, there is a 2.5 GPA requirement at the time of application for the experience.