Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 10/21/21)
Widen your perspective of the world through Carlow’s study abroad program. The programs last from a week to as long as a year and are Carlow-created, university-sponsored or provided by a third party. Financing opportunities are available.
|View the program name, duration and description below.|
|Ciao! Carlow: Rome, Italy|
Description: Spend a semester as a student at the American University of Rome – Open to Carlow students only
|Carlow to Carlow: Carlow, Ireland|
Description: Study at Carlow College in Ireland for a semester
|Carlow Cares: Jamaica|
Duration: March 5-13, 2022 (Spring Break)
Description: Students volunteer in a rural school, visit a health clinic and engage in cultural activities over Spring Break
|Carlow Cares: Sligo, Ireland|
Duration: May 13-June 4, 2022 (Summer)
Description: Participants stay in Sligo, Ireland, and are assigned to a school, hospital or community setting providing services to special needs individuals
|Charting the Galápagos Islands|
Duration: May 2022, 9 days (Summer)
Description: Participants visit the Charles Darwin Research Center and Quito, Ecuador and cultural experiences.
Description: Students in pediatrics, primary care or urgent care can fulfill 40 hours of clinical practicum experience (as space allows, additional majors will be considered).
|Study Abroad in Peru|
Duration: Jan. 2-15, 2023, 10 days
Description: Interdisciplinary 10-day program includes visits to Lima, Cusco, the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu and the Amazon Rainforest.
|Master of Fine Arts Residency in Ireland|
Description: MFA in Creative Writing is a low-residency program that meets in Ireland for two intensive residencies in June
Description: Carlow sends three students to several Northern Ireland universities through the Business Education Initiative
Travel to a country not offered in a Carlow program through another accredited U.S. university. Credits easily transfer from the sponsor school to Carlow. Other programs through third-party providers such as companies or organizations also provide opportunities to travel abroad and study a specific interest like art or language. Carlow financial assistance can’t be used with these programs, but government aid or loans are sometimes available.
Most students can find an affordable study abroad experience. Our Financial Aid office is here to assist you as you make plans to study in another country. We recommend that you prepare early so that everything is in place before you depart.
Students who have never traveled outside of the US, may be eligible to apply for the Vira I. Heinz Scholarship Program. Schedule an appointment with the CGE to see if you qualify.
You may use your Carlow institutional aid with the Rome, Italy; Carlow, Ireland; and 50-plus countries in the ISEP Exchange program.
Your travels may be over for now, but it is important to foster new skills you’ve learned and reconnect with your international experience. Carlow’s Center for Global Engagement is here to help with your post-study abroad needs, including the following: