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Explore Your World

Your St. John’s experience extends beyond the four walls of your classrooms, and even beyond our home base in New York City. You can study abroad on our Rome campus, at our locations in Paris, France, or Seville, Spain, or in dozens of other countries.

Facts-At-A-Glance

20

Semester-long Study Abroad Programs

34%

of Students Study Abroad Before Graduation

3

European Study Abroad Sites

Rome! Paris! Seville!

Study abroad and explore the culture, history, food, and people of a uniquely European city. Walk to the Vatican. Visit the Musée du Louvre. Teach English to local children. Snack on escargot, morcilla, or cinghiale. Soak it all in and see how your global perspective changes. 

Global Success Story

"Global citizenship means love."
Kennedy Love-Green ’17CPS
St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

A Day in the Life

Curious about what SJU Global Studies students see, do, and learn on a daily basis? Check out our social media channels for an inside glimpse of what it’s like to study abroad. 

Global Events

31
Aug

Global Passport Info Session (Staten Island)

6:00 pm7:30 pm
Kelleher Kiernan Suite (Staten Island)
05
Sep

Parent Information Session: Global Passport

6:00 pm7:30 pm
D'Angelo Room 416A
07
Sep

Travel Thursday: Exchange Info Session

1:50 pm3:15 pm
D'Angelo Room 207
07
Sep

Global Passport Info Session

1:50 pm3:15 pm
Global Language and Culture Center

The City’s Your Classroom

New York City is the heart of your St. John’s experience. It’s where you’ll study, serve, intern, work, and lay the intellectual and personal foundation for the rest of your life. With campuses in Queens, Staten Island, and Manhattan, as well as SJU’s suburban location in Oakdale, Long Island, the entire region is yours to explore. 

Global Studies Announcements

The book that has been chosen as this year’s Freshman Read is Why Forgive? By Johann Christoph Arnold who passed away last year.
St. John’s University ranks 31st in the U.S. among doctorate-granting universities for the study abroad participation rate of its undergraduate students.
US News and World Report ranked St. John's University's graduate online programs in Education and Business in the top 100 by US News and World Report.
Campus Ministry is inviting everyone to see if there are “extra” clothes items that could be shared with those who are experiencing homelessness.

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Get Connected

The Language Connection provides students with quality language instruction, while helping them gain the academic skills and cultural knowledge necessary for their success in academic programs at SJU and other academic institutions, and in their future professional and personal lives.

Be Our Guest

We encourage international students to engage the St. John’s community by signing up for a Conversation Partner or a Host Family. Get to know SJU, NYC, and the United States from a different perspective. St. John’s employees or students can become a host or volunteer.

International Admission

Interested in attending what U.S. News & World Report named as the second most ethnically diverse national university? Join more than 1,300 international students who call SJU their home away from home.

Global News

When six St. John’s undergraduates joined Konrad Tuchscherer, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of Africana Studies, on a two-week trip through Cameroon in May, they not only got an inside look at the country of more than 23 million, they saw firsthand the benefits of experiential learning.
As six St. John’s University students ascended the 6,500 foot Mount Mbapit in Cameroon this past summer, they laughed recalling the requirement to train with intense cardio in the SJU Fitness Center before joining the study abroad trip.
With our Global Passport program, students can study in Rome or Paris during freshman year.
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When six St. John’s undergraduates joined Konrad Tuchscherer, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of Africana Studies, on a two-week trip through Cameroon in May, they not only got an inside look at the country of more than 23 million, they saw firsthand the benefits of experiential learning.
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