Study Abroad Opportunities
Regent's American University
Point Park University sponsors a program for students to take classes at Regent’s University, located in the heart of London, England. At Regent’s, courses are taught American-style by British instructors in many areas of the arts and sciences and business. By means of the Eurotrain systems and the Channel Tunnel, many beautiful and historical European cities can be explored on weekends.
|Housing Accommodations||On campus, traditional residence hall-style (single, double, triple)|
|Meals||Declining debit meal plan; included in housing cost|
|Semester Programs Offered||Spring, summer (1 session), fall|
|Tuition & Housing Costs||Point Park tuition (based upon the student's major); Regent's room and board charges|
American University of Rome
Through the University’s membership in the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education consortium, Point Park students are able to study at the American University of Rome, Italy. Founded in 1969, AUR is the oldest degree-granting American university in Rome, offering challenging courses with professors who are highly trained and experienced in their respective fields and have high academic standards. AUR’s urban campus is located on top of the Janiculum, Rome’s highest hill, in a dedicated set of buildings in a prestigious neighborhood, within walking distance of the center of “the Eternal City.”
|Housing Accommodations||AUR-facilitated apartments in areas surrounding the AUR campus; apartments are shared with other AUR students|
|Meals||No meal plan included|
|Semester Programs Offered||Spring, summer (two sessions), fall|
|Tuition & Housing Costs||Point Park tuition (based upon the student's major); AUR room and board charges|
Occasional trips to Europe are arranged by Point Park University faculty, in which students can participate for University credit. These trips are typically offered as three-credit courses, with the travel usually occurring over the summer. In the past, destinations have included Greece, Hungary, England, Scotland, France, Canada, Ireland, Italy, and the Czech Republic.
In addition, other schools and study abroad organizations sponsor programs such as Semester at Sea. Students are responsible for researching options and working with the program directly to meet all deadlines, requirements, and financial obligations. Students are also responsible for meeting Point Park requirements. The Office of Student Affairs has a limited amount of other program information available, and students are welcome to visit the office to browse at their leisure.
Applications and Study Abroad Information Meeting
The next study abroad information meeting will be held at 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, in 701 Student Center. The Study Abroad Program will be discussed in detail, with specific emphasis on the spring 2015 semester.
Applications and program paperwork for spring 2015 will be available in OrgSync study abroad files following the information meeting.
The deadline to submit applications and paperwork for spring 2015 is Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
Information such as program and semester-specific information and forms are available 24/7 in OrgSync. In addition to the information you'll find, during your semester abroad, you can even upload photos and post status updates on the news feed.
Study Abroad Coordinator
Keith A. Paylo
Associate Vice President of Student Affairs
Dean of Students
Office of Student Affairs
7th floor Student Center
Want more information on the Study Abroad Program?
If you've visited OrgSync and still have questions or need additional information, stop in the Office of Student Affairs located on the 7th floor of the Student Center, call the office at 412-392-3840, or send an email to email@example.com.