Each year, around 250 Creighton University students live and study in other countries all across the globe. Creighton's Study Abroad program can encompass anything from a traditional university in Europe to living with subsistence farmers in the Dominican Republic. In any case, study abroad means learning as much out of the classroom as in it.
Encuentro Dominicano (Dominican Encounter)
The Encuentro Dominicano (ED) is a semester-long program in the Dominican Republic. Courses are taught by the academic director and other visiting Creighton faculty members. During the semester, students will spend time in a campo, living with a host family and completing a service project. The program is a mix between the traditional approach to study abroad (living together, studying and traveling) and an immersion component that puts students in direct and prolonged contact with communities that survive on subsistence farming and occasional outside employment.
More information: Encuentro Dominicano
University of Limerick, Ireland
Our program in Limerick, Ireland, is open to a limited number of Creighton students each year. Limerick is situated on the banks of the River Shannon in Ireland's midwest, an area which offers spectacular views, historical attractions, leisure activities, and cultural activities. Students have the option to choose from the hundreds of courses offered at Limerick each semester. Creighton students may choose either fall or spring semester.
More information: University of Limerick Program
University of Glasgow, Scotland (Honors Program)
The program at the University of Glasgow is open to Creighton students who are part of the Honors Program. The University of Glasgow was founded in 1451 and is an internationally recognized institution with prestigious programs in the sciences and humanities. Each year, the University of Glasgow welcomes approximately 3,000 international students from over 24 countries. Students complete one Honors Course, "Ideas and Influences of the Scottish Enlightenment: 18th to the 21st Centuries," and choose 2 - 4 additional courses (modules) selected from the University of Glasgow's course offerings. Creighton students may choose either fall or spring semester.
More information: University of Glasglow Program
Each year, Creighton faculty members offer group-based 2- to 4-week trips abroad for either 3 or 6 credit hours. Most recently, Creighton students have studied philosophy in China, biology in England, theology in El Salvador, education in India, language and literature in Italy and exercise science in Scandinavia, among other programs of study.
More information: Faculty-Led Programs
Bilateral Exchange Programs Sogang University
Sogang University is a Jesuit institution located in Seoul, South Korea. Students may choose from courses in many different subject areas, including accounting, American culture, biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, English literature, history, Korean language, management, marketing, mathematics, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, and sociology. Creighton students may choose either fall or spring semester. If eligible, institutional aid and federal financial aid are portable.
Multilateral Exchange Programs
Creighton students have the option of participating in either an International Student Exchange Program (ISEP)-Exchange or ISEP-Direct program for a semester or year. Students can choose from programs in over 40 countries. ISEP students gain intercultural competence through integration into their host institution and host culture while exploring the international dimensions of their academic field. Each university has an ISEP Coordinator that will assist you before, during, and after your studies abroad.
More information: ISEP.
These programs include organizations with which Creighton has an established relationship: ISEP-Direct and AmidEast. ISEP-Direct has programs in 20 countries in which Creighton students would study with local students or, in some cases, with other international students. AmidEast provides study opportunities in Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, or Tunisia, with courses which can include Arabic language, egyptology, French language, gender studies, Islamic studies, Middle Eastern studies, and North African studies.
Students interested in study abroad opportunities different from those described above can choose from among the many other programs available. Approval from the Office of International Programs is required prior to applying to the program in order to receive Creighton credit, financial aid, or support services for their time abroad.
More information: Associate Programs
Creighton University's study abroad programs are coordinated through the Office of International Programs.