Summer 2022 study abroad
Many of Pace's partner universities abroad offer short-term study opportunities in the summer. However, due to COVID-19, it is not yet clear if our partner programs listed below will offer in-person summer programs in 2022, nor what the dates and cost will be (if offered). This page will be updated as we learn more about 2022 summer program offerings and foreign entry policies for short-term visits abroad. Visit the links below to explore the programs.
This 2-minute video walks you through the process of study abroad at Pace!
Program fees (tuition and fees, room and/or board) are the responsibility of the student and are paid directly by the student to the host institution/program provider. A $100 Study Abroad Fee is billed to the student's Pace Any out-of-pocket expenses (airfare, meals, visas, etc.) are the responsibility of the student. Federal Financial Aid applies to summer programs as long as the student is enrolled full time for summer (6 credit hours); a separate Summer Loan application is required. Pace institutional aid (scholarships/grants) and Pace tuition remission do not apply.
The maximum enrollment is 8 credits for Summer I and 8 credits for Summer II. Pace students are not permitted to take more than 8 credits during a summer term. Students are also not permitted to take courses at Pace (in-person or online) during the same Pace Summer Session in which they are studying abroad.
- Aix-en-Provence: IAU College
- Lyon: CEFAM: French-American Business School
- Paris: American University of Paris
- Paris: Paris School of Business
- Seoul: Kyung Hee University
Pace also partners with other universities and providers (not listed above). Explore more summer study abroad options by clicking this link: Explore Your World: SEARCH STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
Note: Pace also offers Faculty-Led Programs–courses taught and led by Pace Professors abroad–some of which offer study abroad travel in the summer. However, these programs are also cancelled for Spring 2022 (with summer 2022 travel) due to COVID.