Undergraduate College

Study Abroad


Austria: Salzburg College, Salzburg


Study in English in the beautiful city of Salzburg with European professors. The experience includes an extensive program of course-related field trips, internship opportunities and cultural events, including a one-week trip through Germany, a five-day trip to Vienna, and a day trip to Munich. Students are housed with Austrian families and have a chance to truly experience Austrian culture.

France: CEFAM Centre d'Etudes Franco Americain de Management, Lyon


Experience France through a semester in Lyon. France's gastronomic capital, Lyon is the largest city in France after Paris. A dynamic business school, CEFAM offers an opportunity for students to study business and non-business subjects in English with French and other international students.

Ghana: Ashesi University


Why study in Africa?

For a unique educational experience, study abroad at Ashesi University in Accra, Ghana. Students who study at Ashesi University for a semester can take a range of courses in Liberal Arts, Business and Computer Science. For a complete list of course offerings click on the link below. Ghana is located in West Africa between the countries of Togo and Ivory Coast. Most Ghanaians speak English, which along with a number of African languages, Akan, Moshi-Dagomba, Ewe, and Ga, is the official language of Ghana. The country has a tropical climate and Accra, the capital, is located on the coast.

Italy: The Umbra Institute, Perugia


Immerse yourself in Italian culture. Study in a city both ancient and new. Study in the capital city of Umbria, a region of green hills covered with vineyards and olive groves, and beautiful landscapes. This program offers a range of classes in English as well as classes in Italian at the Universita per Stranieri di Perugia, an Italian university licensed by the Ministry of Education to award degrees (Italian laurea) in various disciplines.

Spain: CEA/ Pompeo Fabra University, Barcelona


Spend a semester in Barcelona, capital of Catalonia. An exciting, vibrant Spanish city located on the Mediterranean coast, Barcelona is the dynamic place for students. It also offers a great home base in order to travel to other countries in Europe.

Can I use my federal and state financial aid to study abroad?

Yes, most forms of federal and state financial aid can be used for these study abroad programs. Student loans may also be used to study abroad.

Are scholarships available to study abroad?

Yes, there are a number of scholarships for study abroad. Some students may be eligible for the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program, the Freeman-ASIA Scholarship, or the David L. Boren scholarship.

Why should I study abroad?

Today because of advances in information technology and transportation, the world is a much smaller place. Events that happen in other parts of the world can have a profound impact on America. Studying and traveling abroad helps students to broaden their horizons and to understand the complex world that we live in. Study abroad is also a good way to build your resume. Employers look for study abroad experience because it often indicates a high level of maturity and intercultural understanding.

Where can I study?

While the College has several study abroad partners in Austria, France, Ghana, and Italy, students may choose to study abroad in other countries. Interested students may consult their advisors and the Coordinator of Experiential Learning.

Who can I contact if I am interested in the Study Abroad Program?

You can speak with your faculty advisor and with Lezlie McCabe, Coordinator of Experiential Learning, x2389 lmccabe@rosemont.edu
Masai Shakong 
Coordinator of Experiential Learning
610.527.0200 x2389



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