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Gannon students may spend a semester abroad at one of the partner institutions listed below. Eligible students* may be able to use federal financial aid and Gannon scholarships.
*Students wishing to study abroad for a semester must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or better and be in good academic standing. Those who wish to apply for Learning Abroad Scholarships must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.
Students interested in spending a semester overseas are required to attend a Learning Abroad Information Session. Please refer to the Learning Abroad EngageU page for session dates.
Programs of study at AUM are open to students of all majors. Students may take courses in the following subjects: Engineering, Science, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Art and Design, Business and Finance, Languages and Communication.
More detailed course information can be found here.
Programs of study at AUR are open to Gannon students of all disciplines. Students are able to take a variety of courses in subjects ranging from Classics to Astrology, Mathematics to Latin and everything in between.
For information on facilities, classes, living arrangements and AUR's summer sessions, visit their website.
Programs of study at ACU are open to Gannon students of all majors, and are an especially good fit for Gannon students studying health sciences. Students can take courses from the faculties of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Health Sciences, and Theology and Philosophy.
Further information on spending a semester at ACU can be found on the ACU website.
Programs of study at Hochscule Esslingen University of Applied Sciences are open to students of all majors, however, students studying Business, Computer Science, and Engineering will be ideal candidates for a semester exchange.
For more information on Hochscule Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, please visit their website.
Programs of study at Hochscule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences are open to students of all majors, though the university offers a very strong business and engineering component, and so is recommended for students in the College of Engineering and Business.
For more information on exchange opportunities with Hochschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, please visit their website.
Students interested in studying topics such as Global Marketing Management, International Business and International Public Health (among other topics) are encouraged to consider the International Summer University of Germany, hosted by Hoschschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences. Courses are taught in English and students will have the opportunity to interact with fellow students from all over the world during this three-week program.
At Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, home to six schools of higher education, Gannon students pursuing their MBA can continue their studies (courses are taught in English) in Lublin, Poland.
Further information can be obtained from the university’s Faculty of Economics website.
Programs of study at Mary Immaculate College are open to students of all majors and especially intended for students in the School of Education. Students can take courses in a range of subjects, including but not limited to: French Studies, Irish Language for Beginners, History, Irish Heritage Studies, Music, Philosophy, and Theology and Religious Studies.
More information, including course offerings, can be found on the Mary Immaculate College website.
Courses of study at PUCV are open to students of all majors, though a proficiency in Spanish is strongly recommended. Students can study courses including architecture, design, industrial engineering, business, law, and Spanish.
For more information, please visit PUCV’s website for international studies.
Students who cannot spend a full semester at PUCV, but are still interested in studying in Chile are encouraged to consider PUCV's Short-Term Intensive Programs, held in the summer.
Programs of study at St. Edmund Hall are recommended to students in the Honors Program with flexibility in their schedule. Courses offered at St. Edmund include the subjects of Chemistry, Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Psychology and many more!
For more information, please visit St. Edmund Hall's website.