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Spend Your Spring or Summer Break Abroad  

Business Students sitting on steps in Spain.

2017 Business Leadership Trip to Spain

Spend your spring or summer break next year abroad! The 2020 faculty-led travel courses are scheduled to depart to a mix of popular and exotic destinations including Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan, China, India, Ecuador and Ethiopia! Students can earn anywhere from 3-6 credits in subjects including business, diplomacy, literature, Catholic studies, education, classical studies, language and more. Many of these courses also fulfill Core III requirements!

Did you know that the undergraduate tuition for travel courses going abroad during the spring semester can be included in the flat tuition rate? Undergraduate students at Seton Hall University pay one flat rate during semesters in order to gain anywhere from 12-18 credits. That means for spring travel courses, undergraduate students only pay the travel costs associated with the course. For those considering summer travel courses, a 50% tuition discount is available for month-long travel courses and a 25% tuition discount is offered on all others!

Students holding Seton Hall Flag in Cuba

2017 Diplomacy trip to Cuba

There will be three new/fairly courses venturing out in 2020, including Foundations of Christian Culture and Dialogue (India), Internship in Catholic Studies (Ecuador) and Education Studies Through Travel Abroad (Japan). Some of the highlights from these itineraries include, visiting the Taj Mahal, Galapagos Islands and Tokyo Disneyland!

For those studying a foreign language, summer travel courses can help students gain on average 6 credits during a month-long language and cultural immersion to Spain, Japan and China. Students will have the opportunity to experience life as a local by studying at a foreign university, meeting local students and eating traditional food. On some trips, students may even live on-campus or with a homestay family.

Picture of Volcano in Costa Rica

Summer 2019 - Costa Rica

If you are wondering how you will afford studying abroad, consider the Knapp Scholarship available to Arts and Sciences students studying abroad over the summer and the Gilman Scholarship available for summer and semester travel. Check out the complete list of scholarships.

As mentioned before, the undergraduate tuition of the spring travel courses will be included in the flat tuition rate (up to 18 credits) and the tuition of the summer travel courses will be discounted at 25% or 50% depending on the duration of the travel.

We hope that your dreams of traveling abroad can come true in 2020! See the complete list of travel courses. For more information, please contact the professor leading the trip or Office of International Programs via oip@shu.edu.

If you should require an accommodation due to a disability to participate on any of these travel courses, you are encouraged to contact the Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) at least 6 months prior to the departure date.

Categories: Arts and Culture , Campus Life

For more information, please contact:

  • Maria Bouzas
  • (973) 761-9072
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