International studies is about understanding the major political, social and economic issues of our time. Discover new world views, learn to assess international trends and emerge from our program as an informed and ethically aware citizen.
of Xavier International Studies graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or volunteering within 6 months of graduation.
Xavier offers many international programs in countries like France, Mexico, Italy, Spain, Japan, The Netherlands, Ireland, Greece, England, Germany and Costa Rica.
Add a concentration or minor to ensure you're studying exactly what speaks to you. Choose from four concentrations within International Studies: International Business, Europe, Latin America and Post-colonial studies.
Take courses in language, history, political science and economics to gain an interdisciplinary understanding of global problems and possibilities.
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President Obama made history as the first sitting American president to visit Havana in nearly nine decades. But for business majors at Xavier, visits to Cuba have become a yearly event. Here’s their latest annual report in words and pictures.
Graduates of the program have multiple career options. Many have gone on to accept positions at