Drawing on a long-standing tradition in Jesuit education, the International and Study Abroad Programs Office staff is committed to supporting and promoting global diversity as well as helping our undergraduate students gain an understanding of some of the complexities that stem from our increasingly interconnected and interdependent world.
- On average, study abroad alumni earn a $6,000 higher starting salary than their peers who do not study abroad.
- 90% of study abroad alumni are accepted by their first or second choice graduate school.
- 93% of study abroad alumni are employed within six months of graduation.
We look forward to working with you as you experience the “world as your classroom.”
- Fordham University's undergraduate study abroad participation rate in the 2018-2019 academic year was 47%
- Fordham University is ranked 2nd in the New York metropolitan area and 31st in the US for the percentage of our undergraduate students who study abroad each year according to IIE's Open Doors Report
- Fordham University offers over 110 study abroad programs in 52 countries, on 6 continents