Go Further

When Notre Dame students go abroad, they return with more than international credits on their transcript. They go further.

For the more than 75 percent of Notre Dame undergraduates who witness the bustle of downtown Tokyo or the quiet historic ruins of Athens; who speak French in the lush Loire Valley or Spanish with Chilean host families in Santiago; who immerse in life in Singapore, Senegal, South Korea, or Spain; the results are life-changing.

Our students do more—they intern with start-ups; they integrate their academics with local service opportunities; they research with leading academics, often in another language. And they come away with a heightened sense of curiosity and responsibility for their world. At Notre Dame International, we believe our students can go as far as an opportunity takes them. We’re here to make it possible.


Living out a dream: Artistic immersion in London

The London Global Gateway is nestled just behind Trafalgar square, a stone’s throw from the National Gallery. This situation was perfect for Rachel Mills, who was able to take immersive art history courses.

How a study abroad experience in Ireland led to innovative cancer research

At the end of her experience with the Ireland Inside Track Program, Jenna Koenig knew she needed to find her way back west. Her sense of discovery was only heightened when she learned about a new study abroad program in Galway City.

Study abroad students in Rome volunteer at annual Pontifical Academy for Life conference

Seven students, studying abroad for the semester at the Rome Global Gateway, volunteered in February with the press office for the Pontifical Academy for Life (PAV) conference during the 25th General Assembly.

#2 in the nation for percentage of undergraduates who study abroad

76 semester, academic-year, and summer programs

29 countries

93% satisfaction ranking by participants