International Students From 100+ Countries
of Undergraduates Study Abroad
A globally-minded ethos of servant leadership forms the backbone of our Vincentian “institutional DNA,” and guides the way we envision, support, and nurture education and collaboration. We welcome the world at St. John’s, and we invite you to explore all that we have to offer in New York, Rome, Paris, and through our engagement with international partners.
At St. John’s, over 40% of undergraduates study abroad, making us a national leader in international engagement. We offer programs throughout the world that vary in academic or service focus, cost, and duration to help ensure that there are opportunities for all our students.
St. John’s is proud to host over 1,200 international students from more than 100 countries. St. John’s welcomes you--and we offer many services to help you make the most of your time studying and living in the U.S.
Are you an international student, university partner, or professional looking to experience New York City and study with world-class faculty? St. John’s offers many opportunities for non-degree study, from short-term English language and American culture offerings, to professional development, to exchange programs.
New York is just one of the remarkable places the St. John’s community calls home. Learn more about our campus in Rome, as well as our locations in Paris and Limerick, including their locations, academic offerings, and more. We also welcome partners from other universities to join us abroad!
Through virtual internationalization initiatives, St. John’s expands the reach of our academic and services offerings far beyond traditional study abroad, connecting to communities throughout the world for meaningful academic and professional exchange.
As a Vincentian university, international engagement is in our DNA. We invite you to learn more about our international institutes and partnerships, cutting-edge research institutes and faculty support, and our wide array of other programs.
By Heidi Upton, Ph.D.
By Keith Cozine, Ph.D.
“Journals to Journeys” follows six St. John’s Gilman Scholars as they prepare for their new destinations abroad and their first impressions once there. The Benjamin A. Gilman and Gilman-McCain International...