Interested in studying abroad? Below you will find a complete list of study abroad programs available at Seton Hall, as well as need-to-know information about studying outside of the United States. There are many options available for study abroad including faculty led tours, exchange programs and third party providers. Please keep in mind that there are three typical lengths of study: full year, semester and summer. Students may choose to study abroad at any time, but we highly recommend that students participate sophomore or junior year. There are deadlines for submitting your study abroad application for approval, please check the application for exact deadline dates. Before choosing to study abroad, go to the checklist to assure that you cover all aspects of your trip!If you are a student with a disability in need of accommodations to fully participate in this trip, you must contact the Office of Disability Support Services (DSS), Duffy Hall, Room 67, at the time of application. For more information or to register for services, contact DSS at (973) 313-6003 or by e-mail at DSS@shu.edu
Study Abroad Student Navigation Map »
*Please use this map to review the process for studying abroad and to provide a clear understanding of the steps you will take depending on which option you choose.
Seton Hall Sponsored Programs
These are short study abroad opportunities led by a Seton Hall professor, typically during the summer. Various departments sponsor study tours for a duration of ten days, two weeks, or one month led by SHU faculty. These programs count as Seton Hall class credits. Please contact the sponsoring professor as the programs are contingent on student interest level. If you would like more information please click on the link above.Exchange Agreements
Seton Hall University is committed to established formal exchange agreements with universities abroad. Exchange programs not only offer students a great opportunity to spend time at a foreign university, but also the opportunity to truly experience and become immersed in a new culture. For a list of available exchanges, please follow the link above.
Study Abroad Third-Party Providers
(Non-Seton Hall Programs)
Still looking for the perfect program that sparks your interests while earning college credits? The Office of International Programs has compiled a list of reputable study abroad program providers to help get you started. With the assistance of a Seton Hall academic adviser, students are able to transfer credits from abroad through these programs. If you are interested in one of these programs, please make an appoint with the OIP to receive necessary materials.
Apply to Study Abroad
- Academic Programs International (API)
- American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
- CEA Global Education
- CIEE International Programs
- Cross-Cultural Study Abroad (CCCS)
- Education Abroad Network
- Global Intern
- Global Learning Semesters
- IES Abroad
- International Studies Abroad (ISA)
Modern Language Study Abroad (MLSA)