GPA minimum requirements vary by Study Away program, from 2.5 to 3.3. Consult with the Study Away Coordinator or check the program websites for specifics.
Most students who study abroad graduate on time. Students work with their academic advisors and plan which courses to take to ensure that credits will transfer back to Saint Joseph’s College.
While knowledge of a second knowledge is helpful, there are many possibilities for students who prefer to study in, or speak only, English. Such programs are even available in countries where English is not the first language.
Study abroad is more affordable than you might think! In many cases, it will be similar to the cost of attending Saint Joseph’s College. Additional expenses include flights, insurance, books, and spending money for travel and activities. Each organization offers scholarships and the College’s Connections program offers a one-time $2,000 grant for eligible students. More
Study abroad deadlines differ by program, but generally the deadline for fall placement is March 1 and the deadline for spring placement is October 1.
Students study abroad during various times in their college careers, depending on where they are in their program of study. The majority of students choose to study abroad during their junior year, but students may also study abroad in their sophomore or senior year.