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Villanova Summer Programs

  • Augustine and Architecture in San Gimignano and Urbino, Italy

    Augustine and Architecture in San Gimignano and Urbino, Italy

    Students, using Italy as the backdrop for design and devotion, will fully explore Tuscany within the context of architecturally significant structures and the life of St. Augustine.

  • Business Internship and Economics Program

    Business Internship and Economics Program

    Students will study and intern in Singapore.

  • Economics and Culture of Italy

    Economics and Culture of Italy

    Students will participate in their choice of academic courses overseas and to gain an international perspective on global business activities. Students from all four Villanova University colleges are encouraged to apply.

  • French Language and Culture in Lille, France

    French Language and Culture in Lille, France

    Students will have the unique opportunity to increase their knowledge and understanding of French language and culture, and also pursue Sustainability Studies in the French context.

  • Internship and London School of Economics in London, England

    Internship and London School of Economics in London, England

    Open to all majors! Students participate in a VU-taught, three-credit business course and a 6-week three-credit professional internship. Upon completion, students enroll in a 3-credit course at London School of Economics and Political Science (9-credits total).

  • Irish Studies in Galway, Ireland

    Irish Studies in Galway, Ireland

    Students will be introduced to Ireland's history, literature, society and archaeology through a 10-day Orientation in Dublin, Galway, and on the Aran Islands, and five weeks of courses at the National University of Ireland, Galway Summer School in Irish Studies.

  • Irish Theatre Summer Studio in Dublin, Ireland

    Irish Theatre Summer Studio in Dublin, Ireland

    From the studio to the stage, students will study the workings and history of Ireland's world-class national theatre while developing their own theatre skills, knowledge, and practice. Students from Villanova will work alongside students from Irish and other universities and be taught by practitioners and professors from the U.S. and Ireland. Student work will culminate in a showing of final work on the Abbey Theatre’s Peacock stage.

  • Learning Communities Abroad Internship Program

    The Learning Communities Abroad Program (LCA) provides first-year students the unique opportunity to complement their classroom learning through an 8-week, 6-credit program. Work placements will be based on students’ academic and personal interests.

  • Literature and Politics in Prague, Czech Republic

    Literature and Politics in Prague, Czech Republic

    Students will study politics, culture and society, and the relationship between political oppression and rebellion (on one hand) and literature and art (on the other).

  • Rhetoric and Performance in Greece

    Rhetoric and Performance in Greece

    Students will gain important insights into the roots of the discipline and make contemporary applications through hands-on experience in Greece.

  • Spanish Language and Literature in Cadiz, Spain

    Spanish Language and Literature in Cadiz, Spain

    Students will increase their proficiency in Spanish and to be introduced to Spanish literature, culture and civilization.

  • Summer at Korea University in Seoul, South Korea

    Summer at Korea University in Seoul, South Korea

    Here is an opportunity to experience Korea, the Land of Morning Calm, and take courses at Korea University in Seoul to earn 6-credits in 6-weeks.

Contact Us!

Office of Education Abroad

Villanova University
Garey Hall, Top Floor
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085
Phone: 610-519-6412
Fax: 610-519-7649
Email: abroad@villanova.edu

Meet Our Staff

Take the first step: Register for an Information Session

Meet with a Study Abroad Adviser: Schedule an Individual Meeting

Deadlines

  • Fall and Summer applications/approvals are due April 15
  • Attend an Information Session by April 1
  • Spring applications/approvals are due October 15

*Some programs may have earlier application deadlines! Start the process early!