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Summer Abroad with Duquesne


Did you know?: Research has shown that travel outside one's country can dramatically change the way you view the world.

Duquesne University offers a wide range of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to go abroad as a class led by Duquesne faculty.  "Short-Term" Study courses are for 1-6 weeks and 3-6 credits and occur during the summer.

Consider the benefits of a study abroad experience:
  • Prepare for future jobs: employers interview and hire individuals with international experience.
  • Broaden your understanding of human and natural diversity.
  • Fosters your flexibility, adaptability and independence.
  • Become a "global citizen". 
Summer Programs

Duquesne University Faculty take students to various locations every summer, from Asia to Africa and Europe to South America.  Consider taking the leap!

Summer 2015 Study Abroad List

Faculty Resources

Fall is the time to develop Summer Faculty-led, Short-Term Study Abroad programs. Students are eager to know what will be available, so the sooner your proposals are in, the better. The committee for Summer Short-Term Study Abroad Programs will review proposals twice in the fall semester. Programs must be approved before campus closes during the winter break.

Committee Review Dates: 2015 

Thur., Oct. 15th at 3:00 p.m.

Thurs., Nov. 19th at 12:00 noon

Wed., Dec. 9th at 3:00 p.m.

You must submit your proposal to OIP one week before the committee review dates. On the date of the review, please come to OIP (601 Union) and present your proposal and answer any questions that the committee may have.


*No proposals can be considered after this date.


Steps to Developing your proposal 

Summer Cost

During a summer abroad, through a Duquesne Program or outside program, tuition, housing and fees will vary.  It is essential to work directly with your faculty leader or program provider to confirm costs.

Here is our list of scholarships and study abroad financial policies, however, it is always benefical to schedule a meeting with the OIP office, 601 Union, and allow us to work with you and your specific study abroad goals.