International Law Program
Pace Law School’s environmental and international law programs work together to provide students with rich course offerings, creative research and internship opportunities, and ongoing contact with practitioners and academics from around the world. For example, students can study and participate in environmental internships each spring at University College London. Students in the Brazil Comparative Environmental Law course spend two weeks in Brazil in late May each year, experiencing first-hand the environmental challenges faced by this country. Pace Law students who speak Portuguese can also study in Brazil for a semester. In addition, the Law School's China Programs include an exchange program that brings Chinese students to Pace and allows Pace students with Chinese language skills to attend Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
There are many well-known and reputable organizations that accept Pace students for study abroad in other countries, and in diverse fields. Lectures, expeditions, field exercises, and research can be pursued in wildlife management, natural and cultural ecology, policy, economics, land use, park management, resource management, geography, geology, climatology, ecotourism, marine life, ecosystems, conservation, restoration, biodiversity, and natural history.
The School for Field Studies (SFS)
Australia, Costa Rica, Kenya, Mexico, Turks and Caicos
School for International Training (SIT)
Australia, Belize, Botswana, Brazil, Cameroon, Ecuador, Madagascar, Mekong Delta, New Zealand, Panama, Tanzania
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica
Pace University offers students the opportunity to live and learn abroad for a full semester in Brazil. The new undergraduate fellowship for study in Brazil offers unmatched advantages. Pace University is the lead institution of a four-university consortium. The three partnering universities include the University of Texas at Austin; The Federal University of Para in Belem in the Brazilian Amazon (UFPa); and the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre in the southernmost state of Brazil (UFRGS).