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Fairfield Center Programs


The study abroad programs at Fairfield offer students the opportunity to explore the world and promise to expose you to a wealth of learning opportunities beyond your wildest expectations.
Students can study language in Italy or France; business in Australia or Spain; psychology or theater in the United Kingdom and that is just the tip of the iceburg as they say! Spending a semester abroad will help you discover what a completely different culture can teach you about your own. An international experience has become an invaluable part of a undergraduate education, and at Fairfield, students are invited to study abroad at one of our seven dynamic Center programs abroad.  At these Center locations, students will earn Fairfield University credit. These locations are available to Fairfield and Non Fairfield students, so we encourage you to share with your friends at other universities these programs and have them join you for a semester abroad!
 
Aix-en-Provence, France – IAU France
Art History,  Communication, French, Marketing, Management, International Studies, Politics and Studio Art. Students have the opportunity to replace one of their courses with a 3 credit internship.  

Florence, Italy – FUA Center program
Art History, Communication, Graphic Design, History,Italian Language, Marketing, Philosophy and Religion.  Students have the opportunity to replace one of their courses with a 3 credit internship.  

Galway, Ireland – NUI Galway Center program

London, UK – Queen Mary University London
Humanities majors like: English, English Writing and History as well as International Studies, Politics and Psychology. Students have the opportunity to replace one of their courses with a 3 credit internship.  

Madrid, Spain - Comillas Pontifical University
International Studies, Politics and Spanish. Students have the opportunity to replace one of their courses with a 3 credit internship.  

Sydney, Australia - Australian Catholic University
Communication, Finance, Marketing, Management and Social Science. Students have the opportunity to replace one of their courses with a 3 credit internship.