Studying abroad can be a once in a lifetime experience—an opportunity that will enrich every part of your life. 

If you’re interested in studying abroad, you should consider what you’d like to learn from the experience. Do you want to acquire new language skills? Experience new cultures? Gain perspectives in your field of study? Travel? No matter your interest, DeSales has programs that will suit your needs.

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We're here to help you from the beginning to end, and all the steps in between. The best study abroad experiences require careful planning and time to make sure all necessary preparations have been made. It's never too early to begin the study abroad process.

Besides studying abroad through the programs offered by DeSales University there is also the opportunity to study abroad in a multitude of other locations around the world. If you are interested in studying somewhere other then the locations listed below, we are willing to work with you to help make it possible.

University of Notre Dame Australia ( Fremantle, Broome and Sydney, Australia)

The University of Notre Dame Australia is a distinctive national Catholic university with over 11,000 students across its campuses in FremantleBroome and Sydney.

At Notre Dame, DeSales University students can take courses in areas such as: arts and sciences; business; education; health sciences; law; medicine;nursing and midwifery; philosophy and theology; and physiotherapy.

Want to  "give it a burl?"  contact brian.macdonald@desales.edu

Requirements

Students at Desales who’d like to pursue a study abroad experience must meet the following requirements:

  • To participate you must be a full-time, traditional day undergraduate student.

  • You must ordinarily have a minimum GPA of 2.75.

  • You must be in good disciplinary standing.

  • You’ll need two letters of recommendation (at least one should be from a full-time faculty member).

  • Typically, you must have a sophomore or junior status

  • Before you start your study abroad program, you must resolve any outstanding issues with the Bursar’s office.