Study Abroad

Students who study abroad say that it is a life-changing experience. Whether you spend a semester, a summer, or a year abroad, living and learning in another country will open the doors to unique personal and professional experiences as well as improve foreign language skills. Some programs enable students to work as volunteers or interns during their stays and combine language and culture courses with their academic work. The Office of Study Abroad and International Partnerships is continually improving and increasing the options made available to Canisius students interested in expanding their horizons. Canisius offers study abroad programs in the following locations:

  • Antwerp, Belgium — University of Antwerp
  • Barcelona, Spain-IQS Universidad Ramón Llull
  • Berlin, Germany — Berlin School of Economics and Law
  • Cordoba/Seville, Spain - Loyola Andalucia University
  • Dortmund, Germany — Technical University of Dortmund
  • Eichstaett, Germany — Catholic University of Eichstaett
  • Florence, Italy — Lorenzo de’ Medici University
  • Galway, Ireland — National University of Ireland at Galway
  • Glasgow, Scotland — University of Glasgow1
  • Lille, France — The Catholic University of Lille-IESEG School of Management
  • Lima, Peru — Universidad del Pacifico
  • London, England — London Metropolitan University
  • Madrid, Spain — Pontifical University Comillas
  • Manila, Philippines - Ateneo de Manila
  • Oviedo, Spain — University of Oviedo
  • Paris, France — IESEG School of Management
  • Puebla, Mexico - Iberoamericana Puebla
  • Queensland, Australia — University of the Sunshine Coast
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Seoul, Korea — Sogang University
  • Strasbourg, France — University of Strasbourg, School of Management (one-year dual degree program available)
  • Tokyo, Japan — Sophia University

Open only to students in the All-College Honors Program. 

Students interested in study abroad should begin planning early in their college experience so that preliminary coursework and language study can be completed in advance. Students should confer with the Study Abroad office and with their academic advisor to discuss the options.