Fordham University's summer programs run for four to eight weeks and allow those who cannot commit to a semester or full-year abroad to incorporate a global experience into their education. Our study abroad staff work with Fordham faculty to develop exciting and immersive courses with specific host city and diverse academic themes in mind.
Fordham's summer programs are open to undergraduates from any discipline currently seeking a degree at a US institution. Applicants must have at least sophomore standing at the time of application, a GPA of 3.0 or above, and a clear disciplinary record. Seniors are not permitted to study abroad in the summer following graduation.
Fordham London Centre
Located in the heart of one of the most vibrant and multicultural cities in the world, Fordham’s London Centre in Kensington Square is the site of an exciting and innovative summer study abroad program. You can choose from business courses, liberal arts courses, or a program that combines academics with an invaluable internship experience.
Fordham has designed summer language courses in Spain and Morocco which allow you to gain cultural immersion and language instrcuction outside of the traditional classroom. These classes will be attractive to students who want to live with local families and become more proficient in either Spanish or Arabic.
Fordham University offers an array of short-term summer courses in Rome, Italy. The Fordham Rome Athenaeum program is located at St. John's University's Rome campus, centrally located in the Prati district, close to the Vatican and other historic sites.
Non-Fordham Summer Courses
If you are interested in applying to a summer course outside of the Fordham Short term Program roster, you must complete our Study Abroad application as well as an application through the University or company that your program is administered from.
Cost and Funding
For more information about summer program costs please visit our cost and funding page. Additionally, please visit our scholarship page if you are interested in applying for financial need, and academic merit-based funding to supplement the cost of our full-term summer programs.