Study Abroad

As a CBU student, your academic experience can span the globe. Our Study Abroad program offers destinations in 18 countries across five continents through our exchange programs and the Lasallian International Programs Consortium (LIPC). Whether you decide to travel on one of the group trips during a school break or spend a whole semester abroad, studying in a foreign country is sure to be an adventure! Our study abroad students have the opportunity to witness first-hand spectacular historical sites and experience the nuances of local culture — all while earning college credit!*

What are my options for studying abroad?

We offer two ways to study abroad: travel study trips and semester/summer study abroad. Travel study trips vary in duration from 7-8 days during a school break to one month during the summer session. Semester/summer study abroad can be either through the Lasallian International Programs Consortium or through an exchange program.

*Details will be posted as plans develop. All travel study trips are tentative and subject to sufficient enrollment.

Study Abroad Newsletter

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  • Revealed: Fantastic Travel Study Locations for 2016 Thursday Apr 30, 2015 - 4:48 PM
    SPAIN: Chemistry of Cooking, a four credit course, will be offered in Spring of 2016 by Dr. Anthony Trimboli. Class will meet three times a week and once a week for lab. During the lab students will take cooking lesson at … Continue reading →
  • Interview: Dr. James Allen Thursday Apr 30, 2015 - 4:48 PM
    Dr. James Alllen is an assistant professor in the School of Business. In what countries have you taught? I have only participated in Austria. What programs did you teach in and how long? I have taught a Sport Industries course … Continue reading →
  • Student Perspective: RaKesha Gray Thursday Apr 30, 2015 - 4:48 PM
    RaKesha Gray is a sophomore majoring in English. Ten days in Italy created memories worth a lifetime! I shamefully admit that in high school, I had no real interest in studying abroad. Even though I had been exposed to stories … Continue reading →
  • Interview: Griselda Matos Martinez Thursday Apr 30, 2015 - 4:48 PM
    Griselda Matos Martinez is a junior currently studying business at LaSalle Barcelona, one of CBU’s student exchange institutions. How is attending a university in Spain different from attending CBU? I would say that universities in Spain are more relaxed than in the … Continue reading →

Dr. Emily Mathis Forsdick


International Initiatives

Cathy Thorn

International Initiatives Specialist

International Initiatives