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40 choices for a study abroad semester
We’ve got a program to match almost every study abroad interest! There are more than a dozen semester-long study abroad programs offered directly through the GO office and another 28 programs that have been approved for Susquehanna credit in the U.S., Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Spend a spring at the University of Chester, one of England's oldest institutions of higher education.
Up to 10 Susquehanna students can study abroad at an English-speaking university just 37 miles from Hong Kong.
Take your business studies abroad through this exchange with the Hamburg School of Business Administration.
From beaches to the bustling city center to the surrounding countryside, Galway has no shortage of places to explore.
Study abroad in one of the most exciting cities in the world-Tokyo, Japan-at Senshu University.
Spend a semester in the city that produced The Beatles! But even if you're not a music fan, Liverpool, England, has much to offer.
Cyprus has more than 300 days of sunshine each year and is the perfect place to study abroad.
Live and study for a semester in the city of Melbourne, Australia's cultural center that's been voted one of the top cities in which to live.
Experience a blend of ancient and modern sights during a semester in Maastricht, an important Dutch cultural hub.
Experience a blend of New Zealand and indigenous cultures firsthand during a semester in Hamilton, New Zealand's largest inland city.
Spend a semester studying in Prague, an inexpensive central European city that is an easy gateway to travel to the rest of the continent.
You'll find much to explore in Stirling, including the natural surroundings, 12th century Stirling Castle, museums and cathedrals.
Spend a semester in Washington, D.C., surrounded by the sights and sounds of the nation's capital. (This does not count for GO credit).
Spend a semester living in the heart of London with this study abroad program for students in the Sigmund Weis School of Business.