Discover a world of opportunity
St. Thomas opens a world of opportunity when you study abroad. With over 300 different program options in more than 50 countries, there are endless opportunities to make your study abroad experience your own.
Whether you participate in one of our many J-Term programs, spend a semester with St. Thomas faculty in London or Rome, or study in one of our other affiliate programs, you’ll build career potential by gaining new perspectives in history, language and culture.
Study Abroad Fair
Save the date for the Spring Study Abroad Fair! Join us on February 15th from 11:30 – 1:30 in the Anderson Student Center to learn about the many study abroad opportunities that await! The Office of Study Abroad will be joined by our affiliate and on-campus partners. St. Thomas J-Term 2025 courses will be announced at the fair, so be sure to stop by!
Why Study Abroad?
With programs available for every St. Thomas major and semester abroad costs comparable to studying on campus, study abroad is for everyone. Take courses to develop hard skills towards your future career and learn how to view the world from a global perspective.
How to Study Abroad
From choosing a program to, early planning, and fulfilling degree requirements, there is a lot to consider as you plan to study abroad. Our office is ready to help you prepare to explore the world and take advantage of the global learning opportunities St. Thomas has to offer.
To ensure that you can find a program that fits both your academic and personal goals, we offer a wide range of program models. On all programs, credits will transfer to St. Thomas and financial aid may be applicable.
Costs and Aid
Health and Safety
Diversity and Identity
Study Abroad Policies
St. Thomas Study Abroad student policies and procedures contain valuable information about academic eligibility, policies for participation, registration, financial aid matters, and pre-departure and return considerations.
All students, regardless of program, must follow the same policies for participation in off-campus study.