Nazareth offers multiple ways to gain the global dexterity that's essential in many careers and in understanding our world today.
Few college graduates have had an international experience. Gaining one helps you stand out when you apply to graduate school or enter the workforce. Nazareth's short-term and long-term study abroad programs through our Center for International Education span the globe, allowing you to immerse yourself in another language and culture and enhance your confidence and independence. You can even participate in a professional internship abroad. If you want to study in a location where there isn't an established program, we'll work with you to make it possible. And don't worry, you can take your federal aid and scholarships with you. Nazareth also supports students seeking competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships.
Nazareth supports students and faculty in applying for Fulbright awards, which fund international graduate student, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching in elementary and secondary schools worldwide. Since 1990, Nazareth Fulbrighters have been granted awards to more than two dozen countries, including Argentina, Australia, Honduras, South Korea, and Yemen.
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Nazareth's Casa Hispana, Casa Italiana, and French House offer immersive experiences right on campus, including foreign films and cooking classes. These cultural centers also draw people from the community who further enrich our events. The French House is also a residence hall for 13 students interested in French language or Francophone culture and hosts frequent dinners, lectures, theatrical readings, and exhibits.
Build your expertise in world knowledge through any of these Nazareth majors or minors: Asian studies, international and global studies, modern foreign language, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, religious studies, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Learn and grow by connecting with students and scholars from around the globe who come to Nazareth. In one year's time, more than 270 students, faculty, and staff from 35 countries study, conduct research, or teach at Nazareth. You can even choose to live in our Global Commons in Medaille Hall, an intentional community of American and international students. Programs organized by resident assistants, faculty, staff, and the Center for International Education promote intercultural understanding.
Annemarie Tiburzi, an international business major, studied for a semester in Valencia and interned in marketing at the Read about her experience..
"One of the things about Naz that I think sets our campus apart from other schools is our three language houses! They are the center of our three largest language clubs (French Club, Spanish Club, and Italian Club), and they each sponsor lots of weekly events and opportunities for Naz students to immerse themselves in foreign cultures."
Conner Burry '17, music therapy major. Read his full blog post.