Take your education further as you explore the world and experience new cultures through D'Youville's study abroad program.
D'Youville's study abroad experiences offer students an opportunity to explore new cultures, see the world, and discover new ways of learning. Designed to fit into your academic program, our study abroad trips take students across the globe.
Find resources on this page to plan your study abroad or contact us with questions.
Study Abroad Programs and Resources
CAPA Affiliate Programs (Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters)
- D'Youville in Shanghai (China)
- D'Youville in Barcelona (Spain)
- D'Youville in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
- D'Youville in Dublin (Ireland)
- D'Youville in Florence (Italy)
- D'Youville in London (England)
- D'Youville in Sydney (Australia)
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Explore CAPA international series, programs, and information.
Fall/Spring Only Programs
- Australia: Gold Coast/Brisbane
- Australia: Melbourne
- England: Brighton
- England: Bristol
- England: London
- Israel: Haifa
- Japan: Hiroshima
- Japan: Osaka/Kobe
- South Korea: Gwangju
- New Zealand: Palmerston North/Auckland/Wellington
- Scotland: St. Andrews
- Spain: Madrid
- Spain: San Sebastián
Summer Only Programs
- Brazil: Florianópolis
- Chile: Santiago
- China: Shanghai
- Costa Rica: Heredia
- Costa Rica: San Ramón
- France: Lyon
- Germany: Lüneburg
- Ghana: Accra
- India: Bengaluru (Bangalore)
- Ireland: Cork
- Italy: Reggio Emilia
- Italy: Torino
- Italy: Verona
- South Korea: Yonsei
- Netherlands: Maastricht
- Poland: Krakow
- Spain: Bilbao/Getxo
- Spain: Valencia
- Sweden: Växjö/Kalmar
- Thailand: Chiang Mai
- Thailand: Khon Kaen
- Uruguay: Montevideo
Next Steps to Apply
- Contact the faculty leader to discuss the application process and course enrollment.
- Meet with Financial Aid: James Nowak
IRELAND EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Each year a student from Northern Ireland is chosen to be able to study at D'Youville through Study USA (SUSA), formerly known as the Business Education Initiative (BEI). As a thank you for the hosting of SUSA students, Northern Ireland Institutions offer a limited number of spots in the Irish American Scholars Program.
- This is a very competitive program.
- Students must apply by February 1.
- Students must hold minimum of a 3.2 GPA.
- For more information, about the application process and to download the application
materials, please review the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Irish American Scholars Program page and then make an appointment with the Center for Global Engagement.
Email: Sarah Cockcroft
The following scholarships and grants are available for students participating in the CAPA-Led Programs to Buenos Aires, Dublin, Florence, London, Shanghai, or Sydney. These scholarships are not for students participating in non-CAPA programs to these destinations.
- CAPA Need-Based Scholarships
- Study Again with CAPA Scholarships
- Accommodations Fund
- Blog and Vlog Grants
To be eligible, you must be in the process of applying for a CAPA program. A separate scholarship application and documentation may also be required by the deadline listed. See each individual section for more details on the application process.
It takes the Scholarship Committee approximately 3-4 weeks to review applications and render decisions. Students will be notified in writing by email of their status approximately 4 weeks after the scholarship deadline. Students should be prepared to commit to the program regardless of whether an award is received. Generally, scholarship money is credited to the program invoice and not given out as cash.
The Gilman-McCain Scholarship is administered under the framework of the U.S. Department of State's Gilman International Scholarship Program. Named after Senator John S. McCain of Arizona, the Gilman-McCain Award is a congressionally funded initiative of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. This scholarship honors the Senator McCain's legacy of public service by enabling U.S. undergraduate children of active duty military to develop the leadership and career readiness skills through studying or interning abroad. All scholarships are $5,000 each and students must be receiving a form of federal financial aid.
AIFS Minority Scholarships are awarded one per semester, full tuition for an AIFS study abroad program. One hundred AIFS International Scholarships are awarded annually – $1000 toward an AIFS program. http://www.aifsabroad.com/scholarships.asp
American Association of University Women is the largest source of funding exclusively for graduate women in the world. The organization supports aspiring scholars around the globe, teachers and activists in local communities, women at critical stages of their careers, and those pursuing professions where women are underrepresented. http://www.aauw.org/what-we-do/educational-funding-and-awards/
Association of Commonwealth Universities provides lists of scholarships and fellowships to and from over 480 universities drawn from the Commonwealth countries of Africa and Asia, Australasia and the South Pacific, Canada and the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, Cyprus and Malta. https://www.acu.ac.uk/
British Council lists funding and scholarship information for study in the United Kingdom. http://www.educationuk.org/usa/articles/scholarships-financial-support/
Fulbright Scholarships are for both Americans going abroad and incoming foreign students. Grants are made to citizens of participating countries, primarily for: university teaching, advanced research, graduate study and teaching in elementary and secondary schools. https://www.iie.org/en/Why-IIE/History/IIE-and-Fulbright-Program
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program is sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State and administered by the Institute of International Education. This program seeks to lower barriers to undergraduate study abroad by offering scholarships to students with financial need, and we encourage those underrepresented in study abroad to apply. The award is up to $5,000 for semester or academic year programs. http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program
International Education Financial Aid is the premier Internet resource for financial aid information for students wishing to study in a foreign country. At this site, you will find the most comprehensive listing of grants, scholarships, loan programs, and other information to assist students in their pursuit to study abroad. http://www.iefa.org/
National Security Education Program offers undergraduate scholarships to U.S. citizens of up to $16,000 for summer, semester
or academic year study abroad.
The Ambassadorial Scholarships Program of The Rotary Foundation is the world's largest privately funded international scholarships program. https://www.rotary.org/en/our-programs/scholarships
At Studentawards.com, high school, college and university students can search from thousands of unique scholarships, bursaries, grants and other forms of financial assistance. It's free, private and personalized. https://yconic.com
Global Studies Foundation Student Grant is designed to support foreign language training and other academic studies abroad. This grant provides supplemental funds for American students who are already studying abroad under the auspices of an official study abroad program conducted by an accredited academic institution. The foundation is particularly interested in funding the study of strategically significant countries and languages. Grant recipients are expected to share this experience with others upon his or her return, ideally, with multiple audiences and varied media.
The Joan Nelson Scholarship ($2,500) assists members who participate in a study abroad program. Joan Nelson was a beloved Golden Key advisor, dedicated board member, mentor, leader and friend to many in the Golden Key community. https://www.goldenkey.org/scholarship/joan-nelson-study-abroad-scholarship/
To be eligible, you must be in the process of applying for a USAC program. A separate scholarship application and documentation may also be required by the deadline listed. See https://usac.edu/money-matters/scholarships-and-discounts for information on each of the scholarships.
Frequently Asked Questions
Through affiliation agreements with CAPA and USAC, D'Youville offers many programs each fall, spring and summer semesters. Through the Irish American Scholars program, D'Youville offers an exchange program in Belfast, Northern Ireland. D'Youville also offers shorter faculty-led summer programs. These programs vary from year to year.
Exchange programs involve the exchange of students between D'Youville and a university overseas. Each student will pay their usual D'Youville tuition and will pay the exchange university the costs for room and board. Affiliation means you will travel overseas with a third party provider that D'Youville has a signed contract with.
You will pay the cost of that program, which will include your tuition and housing, through your student account at D'Youville. You will remain a registered D'Youville student and receive credit through D'Youville. Faculty led programs are much shorter in duration and currently run only in the summer. You will be registered for the particular course that is tied to the faculty led study abroad program. You will pay D'Youville summer tuition and additional fees will be charged to your student account for the study abroad experience.
Semester Affiliate Programs
If you have maintained a grade point average of at least 2.5, you are probably eligible to study abroad, but please check with the Center for Global Engagement. You should also discuss your plans to study abroad with the academic study abroad coordinator, Dr. Paola Kersch and with your academic advisor. They can help you decide which semester is most academically appropriate, and which program offerings are best suited to your major
Each faculty led program will have its own application and selection criteria. Please check with the faculty leader that is listed as the contact for the program you are interested in attending.
Many people begin their search the semester before they plan to go away. We recommend starting the planning process as early as your freshman year or at least 9-12 months before you plan to study abroad. This will help you academically prepare for your semester away and give you ample opportunity to research and apply for outside scholarships.
Applications can either be picked up in person from the Student Success Center or
download the Study Abroad Application.
Study Abroad Application (PDF).
Every student studying abroad will require a passport, but not every student will require a visa. Visa requirements will depend upon the country of study and you will be responsible for obtaining the appropriate visa. The Center for Global Engagement and your program provider will provide valuable advice and assistance. Please be aware that some students may have to travel to the nearest embassy or consulate and appear for the visa interview in person. A passport is mandatory before application for a visa.
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|Fall Program||April 15|
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|Exchange and Faculty-led Programs||Application deadlines for the exchange and faculty-led programs vary from year to year. Please check this website for up to date information on each location.|
No. Some of the affiliated programs offer language instruction if you choose to register for those courses.
Study Abroad maintains close contact with its overseas affiliates and exchange institutions to help ensure the personal safety and security of each of our study abroad participant. We will review health and safety concerns during our pre-departure orientation and answer any questions you may have. There are also on-site program directors and personnel available to assists students at any time.
If you are studying through any of the affiliation or faculty led programs, your courses and grades will appear on your transcript and will be counted towards your GPA.
If you plan carefully with your faculty advisor and the study abroad academic coordinator to receive approval for your courses taken abroad, studying abroad should not delay your graduation.
- CDC Travelers' Health Information
- Students Abroad
- U.S. State Department Travel Warnings & Consular Information
- Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
- Passport Information
- International Student Identity Card
- U.S. State Department Traveler's Checklist
- U.S. State Department Country Information
Culture & Travel Etiquette
Mandatory Health Insurance
Each D’Youville student, faculty or staff that participate in a sanctioned study abroad program through D’Youville will be automatically enrolled for health insurance which includes political and medical evacuation. This is included in the study abroad fee. You will be e-mailed from the provider with pertinent information on how to access your account online.