Arcadia University Expands Study Abroad Opportunities for Summer 2021 and 2021-2022 Academic Year

By Caitlin Burns | April 7, 2021


Arcadia University, a national leader in study abroad, continues to offer a slate of global programs for the 2021-2022 academic year. Applications for fall 2021 are open for study abroad programs in England, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, Spain, and Wales, and a global internship program in Philadelphia. 
Arcadia’s summer 2021 study abroad programs include research projects, and internships both in-person and online. Applications are open for various Arcadia Abroad programs, including our Intensive Front-end Coding program, STEM summer research projects, and in-country and virtual internships.
“Arcadia has the global infrastructure in place and expert health and safety staff to provide safe, meaningful, and transformative study abroad opportunities,” said Dr. Jeff Rutenbeck, provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs at Arcadia University. “We have an established presence and partnerships in the locations we serve to provide students with life-changing experiences.” 
Any student studying at an accredited U.S. or Canadian college or university is eligible to study abroad through Arcadia University. Scholarships are available to eligible applicants based on need. Our spring 2022 semester application is open for all programs, including Australia and New Zealand. We are optimistic that vaccine distribution and continued mitigation will open entry requirements to these countries.
“Arcadia teams in the U.S. and overseas are leaders in the field of education abroad and have years of experience in providing the highest level of student support,” said Maureen Gordon, director of Health, Safety, and Student Affairs. “Our on-the-ground expertise, trusted local partnerships, and ability to adapt to changing conditions make it possible for us to successfully support student travel during the pandemic.”
All study abroad programs are contingent on these evolving travel restrictions, either domestic or international, and possible border closures restricting U.S. citizens from studying in certain countries or areas.