Faculty Led Study Tours
Deadline for Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs Application:
Applications must be submitted to OIP at least four weeks prior to departure.
For questions and to get an application, please email OIP at email@example.com.
A study tour is an academic course involving traditional classroom learning and experiential learning in an international setting. Tours provide students and faculty first-hand opportunities to investigate other cultures, enhancing academic development.
A Seton Hall faculty member will partner up with local guides to lead tours in small groups, allowing for maximum interaction and a meaningful travel experience. Numerous departments offer study tours for a duration of ten days, two weeks, or one month. Please see below for a list of upcoming study tours.
To apply for the programs below, please contact the faculty member leading the trip. All students will need to complete a study abroad application for the Office of International Programs after being accepted into the program by the professor.
Italy: Tuscan Tales
May 19 - June 3, 2020
3 Undergraduate Credits
Students will gain first-hand experiences of international travel with a study of the literary history of travel writing. Travelling through various cities and the countryside of Italy, there will be plenty of leisure time to discuss literary travel essays and short stories. Students will also draw from their immediate experiences to work on their own travel writing. The course may be taken for either graduate or undergraduate credit; it may also be taken for enrichment rather than for credit. This course fulfills the Core III, Engaging the World requirement. View the Italy study abroad program description »
For questions please contact: Nathan Oates, Ph.D., of the English Department.
USA: United Nations Insider's View
New York City, USA
May 31 – June 6th, 2020
DIPLO 4197/6007 United Nations Insider's View
3 Undergraduate/Graduate Credits
The United Nations Intensive Summer Study Program immerses participants in the political dynamics of the United Nations. It is designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate students who will attend official sessions at United Nations headquarters as well as briefings at the United Nations Foundation. The course is designed to familiarize students with the inner workings of the United Nations by bringing them together with distinguished practitioners working in the field of multilateral diplomacy. The program is structured around a series of seminars led by U.N. officials and representatives of governments and civil society on a wide range of global issues currently on the U.N. agenda. View the New York study abroad program description »
For questions, contact Courtney Smith, Ph.D., School of Diplomacy and International Relations.
Japan: SHU-Japan Exchange Program
June 13 - July 9, 2020
ASIA 2211/9192 SHU-Japan Exchange Program
3 Undergraduate/Graduate Credits
Option to earn additional 3-6 credits from Sophia University
Seton Hall University and Sophia University in Tokyo have exchanged students for the past 30 years as part of our SHU agreement to broaden and deepen the understanding between the two countries. Students are given the chance to meet Japanese people and learn firsthand about their language, society, economy, business, culture, religion, history, and literatures. The program includes numerous field trips within Japan. View the Japan study abroad exchange program description »
For questions, contact Shigeru Osuka, Ph.D., of the Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department.