Study Abroad Summer Programs
Fordham's summer programs are open to undergraduates from any discipline currently seeking a degree at a US institution. Applicants must have 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 Clerkenwell district in the Borough of Camden, 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 in Granada
Fordham has designed summer language courses in Spain which allow you to gain cultural immersion and language instruction outside of the traditional classroom. These classes will be attractive to students who want to live with local families and become more proficient in Spanish.
Fordham in Paris Summer Internship Program
Participants will intern Monday-Friday for seven weeks in the summer while taking an internship seminar. Placements are available in Arts and Culture, Business, Communication, Marketing, Hospitality, and NGOs including, but not limited to human rights organizations, environmental, immigration, and/or children's advocacy. Advanced French language skills equivalent to completion of FREN 2001 (or its equivalent) prior to starting the program is required.
Fordham in Rome
Fordham University offers an array of short-term summer courses in Rome, Italy. The Fordham in Rome 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.
Fordham offers a variety of international internship programs for a semester or summer session, along with virtual opportunities.
Non-Fordham Summer Courses
If you are interested in applying to a summer course outside of the Fordham programs mentioned above, you must complete our Study Abroad application before completing the application through the university or organization that sponsors the program.