As the world becomes a global village, professionals with international experience are a significant asset to employers.
Waynesburg University offers more than 100 study abroad opportunities, tailored to our commitment to service and fellowship. A semester abroad will deepen your academic understanding and help you discover new areas of personal and professional interest.
Today Waynesburg, tomorrow the world
The following study abroad opportunities are available for students to experience international study while earning credit toward their degree.
Short-Term Study Abroad
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Study Abroad Awards
Studying abroad can be a life-changing, life-affirming experience. In our effort to facilitate these opportunities for any interested student, we allow 10 students per year to apply institutional aid to their study abroad experience.
Apply for Funding Support
Waynesburg University has advisers for various international education programs, including the Gilman and Boren scholarships. These opportunities are open to all students! Contact Sarah Bell at email@example.com.
Study Abroad Scholarship
The Vira I. Heinz Program for Women in Global Leadership awards scholarships to undergraduate women who have never traveled overseas. For more information, contact Pat Bristor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ready to study abroad?
Current Waynesburg University students can complete the application on the Study Abroad tab in myConnect.
Travel & study in the U.S.
The Washington Center
Earn 12 credits while completing an internship during a semester in Washington, D.C.
L.A. Film Studies Center
Head to Los Angeles for a semester and perfect your story-telling technique through the film program.
Contemporary Music Center
Spend the semester in Nashville, Tennessee, and get first-hand experience in the music industry.
Student experiences photo gallery
Our students have studied all over the world!
Part of the Pathways Center
The Pathways Center is an initiative to provide comprehensive student support services including Tutoring, Disability Services, Student Success Services, Career Development, Vocational Exploration, MUM System, Study Abroad, Student Work Study Program, Library Services, and more. The Pathways Center is located in Eberly Library with collaborative referrals to and work with the Counseling Center, Student Services, Writing Center, Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Alumni Relations, Athletics, academic programs and others.