Saint Joseph's University and the Center for International Programs (CIP) are pleased to offer our students SJU faculty-led Study Tour and Summer Program opportunities around the world. We are glad that you are considering leading a group of Hawks abroad!
What is the difference between a Study Tour & Summer Program?
A Study Tour is a semester-long course taught on the SJU campus combined with a short-term period of group travel designed to introduce students to other countries & cultures by bringing to life what they learn in the classroom. Logistical coordination is provided by the Center for International Programs, Saint Joseph's Travel Office, a Tour Coordinator and a tour provider/organization.
Summer Programs are designed to introduce students to other countries and cultures by immersing them in the country. The courses are taught and led by SJU faculty in China, Greece, Chile and Rome for one month. Logistical coordination is provided by the Center for International Programs, Saint Joseph's Travel Office, a Summer Program Coordinator and a program provider/organization. The goal of a Summer Program is to offer students from any major who may not have the flexibility to spend a semester abroad, but want a longer immersion than a Study Tour, the chance to learn more about other cultures and countries.
Leading a Study Tour or Summer Program
Please review the University Study Tour Policy before submitting a proposal.
More information regarding the considerations and requirements for submitting a proposal can be found in the links on the left.
Submitting a Proposal
Please use the links to the Proposal Forms on the left to submit an online proposal for either a Study Tour or Summer Program.
The deadline to submit proposals is 11:59pm February 15th.
Department Chairs Review Proposals by: Sunday March 1st, 2015
Deans Review Proposals by: March 15th, 2015
Contact Mary Anne Kucserik (firstname.lastname@example.org; 610-660-3477) with questions regarding faculty Study Tour & Summer Program Proposals.