If you cannot spend a full semester abroad, a short-term program might be perfect for you. Short-term study abroad and U.S. based programs are available to all students. General program information is available below or in the Office of International Programs, while specific questions about course content should be addressed to the faculty member leading the program for which students are applying.
Program information is subject to change at the discretion of the Office of International Programs.
Winter Break 2015
Jan. 3-16, 2015
GLO/ENG399: The Cultures of Morocco
Faculty: Dr. Sally Gomaa and Dr. Chad Raymond
SPA322: Argentina: Past and Present
Spanish language course (level varies by student)
Faculty: Dr. Emily Colbert Cairns
May 31 to June 27, 2015
CHP390: Field School in Historical Archaeology
Faculty: Dr. Jon Marcoux
PHL399: Constructing the Cosmos: A Study of Chinese Philosophy Through Its Architecture
Faculty: Dr. Troy Catterson
RTS399: Divining the Future: The Predictive Role of Gods, Spirits and Ancestors in Chinese Folk Religion
Faculty: Dr. Sean O'Callaghan
May 23 to June 6, 2015
NUR475: Service Learning IV
Faculty: Jacqueline Janicki
BIO399: Human and Geographic Impacts on Flora and Fauna in New Zealand
GLO399: The Culture of New Zealand: Past, Present and Future
Faculty: Dr. JD Swanson
May 29 to June 27, 2015
Faculty: Dr. Stephen Trainor
May 24 to June 26, 2015
Faculty: Dr. James Mitchell and Dr. Martha Rose
May 14-27, 2015
RTS356: Contemporary Christian Spirituality
Faculty: Michael Xiarhos
- Minimum 2.7 cumulative GPA.
- Office of Student Affairs review. Student conduct records are reviewed as part of the study abroad application process. Students must be in good disciplinary standing at the time of application to be fully accepted into a short-term study abroad program. Students with minor disciplinary infractions on record may be conditionally accepted at the discretion of the director of international programs.
- Participation in a short-term study abroad program is contingent upon the student being in good financial standing at the time of departure. If applicable, students should consult with their parents, the Office of Financial Aid and the Business Office to discuss program costs and payment options.
- Availability of academic credits to fulfill degree requirements. Students who want to participate in a short-term study abroad program for the sole purpose of personal enrichment will be considered on a space-available basis.
Required Application Materials
Applications must be submitted by the application deadline listed on your program’s information sheet.
When completing the online application, you must have the following information ready to upload to the application:
- A copy of your valid passport (may be submitted after application deadline). Must be valid for at least six months after the end date of the program for which you are applying.
- A recent picture of yourself. Photo should be cropped to a head shot (head and shoulders only) and be saved as a JPG.
- A goal statement (200-250 words) explaining why you would like to participate in the short-term study abroad program for which you are applying. What goals do you hope to accomplish academically, personally and professionally while abroad? Why did you select the program for which you are applying?
The following application materials will need to be submitted to the OIP. (You may drop these off at Drexel Hall or email them to email@example.com.)
- A copy of your Salve Regina academic evaluation report (available through My Salve).
- Faculty reference(s). Faculty may submit the reference to you or directly to the OIP. Your application will not be complete until we receive your faculty reference(s). Submit two faculty references if you are applying to the Ireland program. Submit one faculty reference for all other programs.
All applicants will receive notification via email within 10 business days of their program's application deadline informing them if they have been approved for their abroad program. This email contains important information about the next steps for all accepted students.
- Accepted students must pay a $1,200 deposit and submit any required post-acceptance forms as per the instructions in the acceptance letter to hold their spot in the study abroad program. Any student who fails to pay the deposit or submit required post-acceptance forms may forfeit their spot in the program.
- The Participation Agreement for Parents/Legal Guardians will be emailed or mailed to your primary emergency contact. This must be signed and returned to the Office of International Programs.
- The Office of International Programs will make applicable group travel arrangements and purchase supplemental international travel insurance for all deposited students. Students will receive information about the insurance policy and proof of coverage at pre-departure orientation.
- Program participants will receive names and email addresses for their faculty leaders and fellow program participants from the Office of International Programs. Please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer not to have your name included on this list.
- Check your salve.edu email account frequently. Deposited students will receive emails from the Office of International Programs and faculty member(s) leading their study abroad program about important pre-departure meetings, course requirements and program information.
- All deposited students must attend the mandatory pre-departure orientation meeting listed in their acceptance letter. Parents and/or legal guardians are welcome to attend pre-departure orientation as well.
- The Office of International Programs will register all program participants with the U.S. State Department's Smart Traveler Enrollment Program prior to program departure.