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School of Business Recognized Programs
 

Majors and minors in the School of Business are required to choose from the list of programs below.  The majority of programs offered in non-English speaking countries are open to students with no prior knowledge of that language.  The programs listed below may have specific eligibility requirements in regards to GPA, language, and/or course pre-requisites.  It is the responsibility of the student to carefully research these requirements prior to application.

Business majors with questions about study abroad should contact the PCSB Study Abroad Advisor, Allie Agati, at aagati@providence.edu.


ARGENTINA

 

 

AUSTRALIA

 
Brisbane
 
Canberra
 
Arcadia or IFSA-Butler - University of Melbourne
Melbourne
 
Sydney
 
Arcadia or IFSA-Butler - University of New South Wales
Sydney
 
Sydney
 
Wollongong
 
 

AUSTRIA

 
 

 

BELGIUM

 
Brussels
 
 

CHINA

 
Shanghai
 
 

DENMARK

 
Copenhagen
 
Copenhagen
 
 

ENGLAND

 
Birmingham
 
London
 
London
 
London
 
London
 
Arcadia or IFSA-Butler - University of Queen Mary
London

Egham
 
 

FRANCE

 
Paris 
 
Paris
 
Reims
*This program is a direct exchange between PC and Reims.  Please contact the Assistant Dean of International Studies for more information.
 
 

GERMANY

 
Berlin
 
 

HUNGARY

 
 
 

IRELAND

 
Dublin
 
Limerick
 
 

ITALY

*This program is ONLY approved for business majors
 
*This program is ONLY approved for business majors
 
Milan
 
Rome
 
 

JAPAN

 
 
 

MOROCCO

 
 
 

NEW ZEALAND

 
Auckland
 
Dunedin
 
 

SCOTLAND

 
Edinburgh
 
Glasgow
 
 

SOUTH AFRICA

 
Cape Town
 
 

SPAIN

 
Barcelona
*Spanish language courses on this program will not count towards a Spanish minor or core focus.
 
Madrid
 
Seville
 
Seville
 
 

SWEDEN

 
Uppsala
 
 

TAIWAN

 
 
 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

 
Sharjah
 
 
 
 
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