Nazareth College offers numerous overseas programs in 30 countries on 6 continents with over 80 universities. Students in every school, across majors have the chance to live, study, and practice their language skills with a network of international partners. In addition, students have the opportunity to participate in short-term overseas programs with Nazareth faculty across the globe. Nazareth’s primary goal is to provide students with experiences that will help them develop the skills necessary to thrive in a global economy; the Center for International Education works to ensure that their time abroad is educational, culturally expansive, and enjoyable.
With a dynamic mix of residential language programs, exchange and study abroad, and short term specific programs, the CIE promotes a wealth of intercontinental experiences to undergraduate and graduate students and professors alike. There is no better way to expand your worldview while exploring the traditions and modern realities of the world.
Studying abroad can be an incredibly rewarding experience- academically, personally, and culturally. Give yourself the opportunity to open new doors that will expand your academic horizons. If you are interested, please use this site as your starting point to research your options.
The only question that remains is: Where will you go?
Overseas Program Offerings
Residential Programs: There are currently five foreign language residential programs. These innovative programs allow students to study for a single semester or full year, at one of our partner schools in Rennes, France; Florence or Pescara, Italy; Berlin, Germany or Valencia, Spain. Learn more.
Exchange Programs: Our Exchange Programs offer opportunities for students to participate in high quality international programs in a variety of locations around the world. Students study for a single semester or full year; program locations change by year, depending on current exchange opportunities. Learn more.
Short-term Programs: Each year, Nazareth offers a variety of Short-Term programs. Students travel with faculty members to participate in programs that vary from five days to five weeks in length, in a variety of countries. Learn more.