Study abroad for several weeks
Journey to an unfamiliar place—either in the U.S. or abroad—without interrupting your studies on campus. Our GO Short study abroad programs are two to six weeks long and scheduled over summer or winter breaks.
Led by Susquehanna faculty and staff, these are intensive, active-learning programs designed to make the most of your time there. These programs are founded primarily in experiential learning, which allows the small group of Susquehanna students to immerse themselves in the host culture. GO Short program types vary—students may be studying at a host institution, completing a service-learning based program,or connecting with locals through investigative projects, lectures, cooking classes, observational learning methods and more.
Throughout the program and when you return, you'll reflect on your life-changing study abroad experience with others from your program.
Explore historical, political, social and economic developments that have propelled the creation of Singapore’s sustainable infrastructure and culture.
It's amazing how an open heart and a jump shot can connect cultures. See the Philippines in a whole new way.
Ready for a life-changing experience? Travel to Nepal where you'll meet the Sherpa people and climb the foothills of Mt. Everest.
See firsthand how music can cross language boundaries as you play and study alongside Japanese students at Niigata University.
The biodiversity of Australia is like nowhere else on earth. Study exotic plants and animals-and the history and culture of the island continent-during a three-week tour.
It's known for its stunning landscapes, but New Zealand is also the only country where the local population never surrendered to colonial powers. See how that partnership continues today.
From sandy beaches to the towering heights of the Andes Mountains, get ready to explore the diversity of life and climate in Chile with a Susquehanna graduate.
Scientific history was made here, and you can see the evidence firsthand. Spend a few weeks studying the biological and cultural diversity of Ecuador's Galapagos Islands.
Experience the cultural and historical uniqueness of Cusco, a Spanish colonial city and former capital of the Incan Empire located high in the Andes Mountains.
Explore and experience tango, gauchos, glaciers, penguins and The End of the World
There's no place like Italy when it comes to art, food and culture. And you can see-and taste-it all during this two-week program.
Calling all law enthusiasts! Get an up close look at the British legal system while touring England and Scotland.
Art and life collide in Eastern Europe. You'll work directly with professional artists and community NGOs in Prague and Brno.
Study French language while living with a host family for six weeks in Aix-en-Provence, one of France's most beautiful cities, to truly experience "la joie de vivre"!
Hike the Alps. Visit a medieval fortress. Study how the Nazi past still affects Austria today. Attend a Viennese opera. Oh, and eat great food!
Have you ever wanted to see what it's like to learn in another country? You'll get a chance to see another educational system firsthand on GO Chester: Education in England program.
Visit this picturesque island nation for two weeks and learn to appreciate it for more than its beauty by studying its history, politics and cuisine.
Study and explore the unique island nation of Iceland with our GO Ísland/Iceland program.
Explore Swedish culture and its Viking heritage while addressing the modern-day challenges of health care.
Visit the birthplace of democracy and Western philosophy. You'll learn a little bit about a lot of facets of modern and ancient Greece-from olive oil production to Greek music.
Help build the foundations for peace by working with youth groups in an area traumatized by a recently violent past.
There's no better way to learn a language than to be surrounded by it. You'll get just that with this program-living with host families for three and a half weeks in Seville.
Visit the center of spiritual life for three major world religions and see how they interconnect in this fascinating historic location.
Work with locals on environmental and community issues, learn how to cook Puerto Rican dishes and visit the rainforest and beaches of this tropical US commonwealth.
With longstanding travel restrictions to Cuba beginning to ease, you could be among the first U.S. travelers in decades to experience the unique culture of this Caribbean island nation.
You'll go beyond the beach trips and jungle hikes of tourists and get an inside look at this island state from a local perspective.
Explore how culture and environment intersect in this history-rich region.