Study Abroad General Information
Study Abroad programs are organized by international education organizations, otherwise known as “program providers.” Program providers can be affiliated with a regular college or university, or they can be separate non-profit organizations. These providers work with academic institutions in the U.S. and abroad to create study opportunities that vary in duration from a summer, semester, or year in length.
Internships abroad are available for academic credit! Students have the opportunity to combine a 3-credit internship with their traditional courses in every major field of study and in many different locations.
- All eligibility requirements remain in effect up to the point of departure
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 (please note some programs may require a higher CGPA)
- Must be in at least Junior standing at time of departure
- Declared a major prior to December 1st of Sophomore year
- Enroll in a minimum of 15 credits per semester abroad
- No serious disciplinary record or current probation
- Tuition paid to Providence College
- Study Abroad Fee - $1,000
- Additional fees (housing, board, etc) paid to program
- PC Institutional Aid is portable to study abroad term
Study Abroad Course Equivalency Database