Salve Regina encourages students
to study abroad for a semester or year in preparation for working and living in
an interdependent world. Most students find that foreign study enhances their
education immensely. In addition, employers and graduate schools often look for
people who have skills sharpened by study abroad, such as independence,
flexibility and broad-mindedness.
The Office of International
Programs provides advising and assistance to Salve Regina students who wish to
study abroad. In addition to administering short-term programs led by Salve
Regina faculty, we support study abroad through affiliate programs providers
and partner universities, as well as exchange programs.
Global Ambassadors: A group of volunteer students who have studied abroad, Global Ambassadors share their experiences with the Salve Regina community and aid the Office of International Programs in its mission. Click here to apply.
Where can I study abroad?
Students can live and learn in a
variety of settings. Discover where you’ll study abroad through our list of
sponsored programs or affiliated universities. Experience another culture like
never before while gaining academic credit, volunteering and/or interning
abroad. Where will you go?
When can I study abroad?
Undergraduates who have
demonstrated the social and intellectual maturity requisite for study abroad
are eligible to apply for semester or yearlong programs. To study abroad,
students are required to:
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.70
- Have completed their sophomore year, have junior
standing and have declared a major
- Meet requirements prescribed by the faculty and
implemented by the Office of International Programs
prerequisites and standards may vary for individual universities abroad.
who cannot spend a full semester abroad can take advantage of several
short-term study abroad opportunities offered during the summer break, the
January intersession and spring break. Short-term study abroad programs are
open to all students regardless of class standing.