Study Abroad Journeys
Discover new facets of European history in Ireland or Italy. Get behind-the-scenes at a runway show in Paris. Live and study in a foreign country of your choice while immersed in the local culture.
At Mount Mary, learning isn’t limited to the classroom—or even a country. Explore a new location over a school break, during the summer or for an entire semester. Start creating your study abroad experience by following seven easy steps. Read what fellow Mount Mary students had to say about their study abroad experiences.
Study Abroad During School Breaks
Rome for Theology OR History: December 28, 2015 - January 16, 20156
Renowned through the centuries for its beauty and history, Rome has many faces: capital of a vast empire, cradle of Christianity in the West, nurturer of Renaissance art, producer of modern fashion, diverse global center and exemplar of Mediterranean culture and cuisine. Choose between enrolling in a Theology OR History. Download the information and the application (PDF).
Costa Rica with an Environmental Focus: December 29, 2015 - January 15, 2016
Explore a variety of exotic locales, including the Poás Volcano National Park, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Arenal National Park, and San Jose. The focus of the program and itinerary is on environmental issues and sustainability. Download the information and the application (PDF).
Study Abroad During the Summer
Spain for Language Immersion: Coming Summer 2016
Spanish majors or minors have the opportunity to earn 6 credits in language and culture by taking classes at the University of Granada. Program includes homestays with local families, and other cultural opportunities, including hiking in the nearby mountains and a day-trip to the Mediterranean coast.
Semester and Yearlong Programs
Mount Mary has multiple affiliations with international colleges and universities for semester and yearlong study abroad opportunities.
- American College—Dublin, Ireland
- Nanzan College—Nagoya, Japan
- SAI Programs
- Universidad Católica de Santa María—Arequipa, Perú