Study Abroad Partnership
St. Joseph's College gives students the opportunity to choose a study abroad program that meets their academic and personal interests. For guidance in choosing a program, contact the Global Studies office.
Once you choose a program, please log in to the portal and electronically complete the Long-Term Study Abroad Global Studies Application process.
Some reputable study abroad program providers are:
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL (API)
API arranges study abroad programs, in 38 cities. API supports students before, during and after study-abroad. Housing facilities, and health and safety debriefings are included with enrollment.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR FOREIGN STUDY (AIFS)
AIFS is one of the oldest, largest and most respected cultural exchange organizations in the world. AIFS partnership programs are formal arrangements between educational institutions and AIFS in which AIFS provides logistical support, student services, classroom and housing facilities at a location abroad.
AMIZADE GLOBAL SERVICE-LEARNING
Amizade empowers individuals and communities through worldwide service and learning. Amizade values community-driven service, deliberate learning, intercultural immersion and exchange, global citizenship and reflective inquiry.
CEA STUDY ABROAD
Established in 1997, CEA provides customized internships and support all the way through the intern/study abroad process. They have destinations in 21 cities across 12 countries
CIS offers study abroad and internship programs. CIS provides support through the entire study abroad process, and partners with local universities in order to offer a variety of classes.
FLORENCE UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS
As a partner of St. Joseph's College, students can attend Florence University of the Arts at a discounted rate. Florence University of the Arts (FUA) provides hands-on opportunities for students to intern inside and outside the school. As part of classwork students can assist in running the university restaurant, fashion boutique, printing press, and the art gallery. FUA offers a lot of flexibility for students to attend classes for 3 weeks throughout the school year, January, and summer. Read Alyssa Bosco's story of interning and taking classes at Florence University of the Arts.
SEMESTER AT SEA
Semester at Sea is in its 50th year of providing global comparative education. On board students study in shipboard classrooms, and while in the 8-10 ports students engage in field excursions, participate in service learning, and communicate with local foreign leaders.
UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST, AUSTRALIA
St. Joseph’s College is pleased to announce its study abroad partnership with the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia.
To learn more about Queensland, please use the following links:
How to Apply
Any student interested in studying abroad at the University of the Sunshine Coast must complete the following documents prior to registering for the program and submit a copy of all paperwork to the Office of Global Studies.
- Students must complete a study abroad application and provide proof of a valid passport and international medical insurance. Completed applications must be returned to the Office of Global Studies. Click here for the study abroad application.
- Students must complete a permission to take off-campus courses for credit form, have it signed by the chairperson of their major department, and return it to the registrar’s office. Click here for the permission to take off-campus courses for credit form.
- Deadlines for the upcoming semesters are:
- Semester 1: Semester 1: February-June.
- Semester 2: July-November.
- Semester 1: Semester 1: February-June.
Other long-term options
Long term study abroad options are available to St. Joseph’s College students. If you would like to study abroad for a full semester or a summer, please visit the Office of Global Studies in Room 3, O'Connor Hall, off the Student Hospitality Lounge or email [email protected] or call 631.687.1280 for more information.