Have you always wanted to study literature in Ireland or brush up your foreign language skills in Spain? Quinnipiac offers a range of education abroad programs suited to your interests.
Through classes, contact with local people and the experience of a different culture, study abroad can be a life-changing experience.
Take a semester abroad or use your summer break to catch up on credits at a foreign institution. You'll return to campus with unique insights, new friends and a new outlook on the world.
Sociology major Corinne Kleinberg enrolled in a QU301 course with a travel component, during which she spent time in Italy and Greece. Why? "It is the perfect mix of being able to study abroad, travel explore and learn at the same time," said Kleinberg. "I was unable to take a semester to study abroad so the QU301 class gave me the perfect opportunity."
Rebecca Rice's lifelong desire to teach is reinforced by her work experience in real classrooms through Quinnipiac's five-year master's program in elementary education.
It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from a seasoned, award-winning television director. During a unique internship in Los Angeles, Lisa Copland ’14 got to learn from four.
As captain of the Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team, Amanda Colin's work ethic and leadership skills are second to none--whether she's on the ice or in the classroom.
Tim Beach '90 is a man for all seasons. His communications degree put him on the path to become the vice president of game operations and events for the New York Islanders and work with the New York Yankees, New York Jets and the U.S. Open tennis tournament.