Santa Clara University offers students a variety off fellowship, internship, and traditional study abroad experiences to choose from in the summer, fall, winter, and spring terms. You can either explore the full program database using the button below, or narrow your search by major or program term.
Please Note: SCU may be obliged to alter or eliminate programs described at any time. Dates, courses, and costs may change without notification.
Explore Programs By Major
Below you may view programs that will provide the best chance to participate in a study or intern abroad experience while continuing progress toward your degree in a given major. Some students decide they'd rather focus on their minor while abroad, and that's ok too!
- Ancient Studies
- Art History
- Child Studies
- Classical Languages and Literature
- Classical Studies
- Computer Science
- Engineering Physics
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Latin Greek Language & Literature
- Latin & Greek
- Latin Language & Literature
- Modern Languages and Literatures
- Political Science
- Public Health Science
- Religious Studies
- Studio Art
- Theatre Arts
- Women’s and Gender Studies
Although Study Abroad at Santa Clara University is competitive during the regular academic year (Fall, Winter, Spring), this is not true for summer. So long as students meet program eligibility requirements and submit a complete application by the deadline, they will be nominated.
Global Engagement Fellowships are fully-funded virtual experiences that focus on pillars of innovation and community engagement that are integral to global learning and intercultural connections. These fellowships support global engagement by providing opportunities to students to focus on community organizing, collaborative innovation, advocacy, intercultural communication, and global perspectives.
Most study abroad programs are semester-length opportunities. Students can verify the tentative dates of a program, and which quarters they will be away from Santa Clara, under the Terms and Deadlines section of the program brochure. Students should discuss program dates with their academic advisor prior to applying to study abroad.