Not quite sure if you would like to spend a full semester abroad? A summer program is a great way to get just a taste of study abroad. Summer programs are also a good option if you are not able to fit semester or academic year study abroad in to your specific program. You may participate in a summer program as early as the summer following your first year.
Summer Study Abroad Options
African & African-American Studies:
American Sign Language Program:
Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures:
Center for Education Abroad:
Department of Anthropology:
Department of Religion and Classics:
- Archaeological Research Program at Chavín de Huántar, Perú
- San Martino Archaeological Field School in Italy
- EPA Internships in Europe Program:
- Bonn, Germany
- Brussels, Belgium
- London, United Kingdom
- Absolute Internship
Public Health-Related Programs:
Contact Professor Nancy Chin for details.
To research programs sponsored by other colleges and universities, visit the Center for Education Abroad Office, schedule a meeting with an advisor, or visit the Education Abroad Portal. Application deadlines for summer programs vary, but typically they are in February or March.
Scholarships for University of Rochester Faculty Education Abroad Programs
University of Rochester Scholarships
The University offers a variety of need-based, merit-driven scholarships to students who participate in credit-bearing faculty-led programs. All students admitted to these programs will be considered for a scholarship on the basis of need, merit, and the program application’s personal statement; no separate application is required.
There are many scholarships and funding sources, both need and merit-based, for education abroad, and we encourage you to apply. Visit our Scholarships page for more information.
Do not wait until the last minute to research what you may be eligible for, as scholarships are competitive, and will not be awarded for poorly-written applications. Scholarships for short-term and summer programs, and for international students, are limited, so it’s especially important to begin looking for scholarships sooner, rather than later.
Applications may require a copy of your official transcript, essays or personal statement, letters of recommendation, and financial aid information.