Study Abroad

 

Study abroad at Providence College is an academic experience that enhances student learning beyond the home campus through academic, professional, cultural, and personal development. The PC Center for International Studies maintains four pedagogical goals for study abroad in order to support these areas of development: curricular integration, geographic diversity of program locations, program diversity, and career integration and development.China

  • Academically, study abroad is integrated into the PC curriculum. As a result, students receive PC academic credits for their study abroad courses, and they may take a combination of major courses, PC core courses, and electives while abroad in order to remain on track for graduation.
  • Professionally, study abroad provides the environment for students to gain a competitive edge with their careers and other post-graduation plans.
  • Culturally, study abroad offers the opportunity for immersive experiences in which students augment their understanding of cultural differences and similarities.
  • Personally, study abroad is a time for students to grow as individuals and increase their level of independence. Through this self-reliance, students often discover their personal strengths and future goals.

Students from all majors in the School of Business are eligible to study abroad. In fact, business majors comprise about one-third of all PC study abroad students.

Students may study abroad for a semester, a full academic year, or a summer. Please visit the Center for International Studies website for more information on eligibility requirements and getting started.

When you are ready to select a study abroad program, the Center for International Studies and the School of Business have approved a list of programs for business majors with more than 40 program options in more than 20 different countries.

Students should start planning at least one year in advance by working with their academic advisors. Students are also encouraged to meet with a study abroad advisor to select their program and discuss their plans. The Center for International Studies offers an annual study abroad fair, information sessions, walk-in advising hours, and advising appointments.

Please contact the Center for International Studies for more information:

Harkins Hall 215
Phone: 401-865-2114
Fax: 401-865-2455
Website: www.providence.edu/cis/Study-Abroad

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