Every year, more than 500 Creighton students pack their bags to live, learn, and serve all over the globe as part of our study abroad programs. The Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, Germany, Scotland, Egypt, Australia — the list goes on and on. In fact, there are over 200 programs to choose from that allow you to bring your Creighton aid with you! If that isn’t enough, our Global Engagement Office (GEO) works with students individually to find them a program that is the best fit for them.
Our students have completed service projects on subsistence farms in the Dominican Republic and fine-tuned mathematical proofs while hiking around Loch Ness. They’ve debated the finer points of Kant’s philosophy in China and stood in awe looking up at the Pyramids.
Global Scholars Program
Creighton also offers the Global Scholars Program, a unique four-year educational and professional development program that includes a minimum of four international experiences throughout your time at Creighton.
With so many opportunities for personal growth and cultural enrichment abroad, you’re bound to discover one that speaks to your intellectual curiosity—and your sense of adventure.
Erin Averett, PhD, is an assistant professor of art history as well as the Assistant Director of the Athienou Archaeological Project in central Cyprus, where she takes students on excavation trips each year.