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Global Engagement

Expand Your Perspective

Studying abroad provides you with the opportunity to learn and engage not only in a new place, but in a new way. Embrace diversity, build lasting connections with other global-minded leaders, and deepen your understanding of the ways that global systems affect our personal and organizational lives.

Our undergraduate program in Zambezi and our graduate programs in Belgium, Colombia, Italy, and the Czech Republic instill the meaning and purpose needed to recognize the role of culture within organizations, and to transcend your own culture as a leader.

The discovery of another will often make you discover more about yourself.

Study Abroad Programs

Brussels Belgium

Take on a leadership role as you examine contemporary global issues, analyze policies and negotiate agreements with a diverse, multi-generational group.

Cali, Colombia

Work with community leaders to build relationships, accomplish goals, and bring about social change through the creative means of storytelling, media and the arts.

Florence, Italy

Through the lens of one of the most creative times in history, you will learn how leaders manage conflict and use influence to ultimately shift culture and pave a new way forward.

Florence Summer Law

Co-sponsored by Gonzaga Law's Center for Civil & Human Rights, students gain an international perspective of law, learn from global experts, and immerse themselves in a rich cultural experience.

Prague, Czech Republic

Through an immersion with Charles University, gain a broad understanding of Europe's most important political and social challenges and their relevance for the future of global development.

Student with children in Zambia

Zags in Zambezi

Gain a deeper understanding of culturally intelligent leadership, a greater sense of self-awareness, and critical engagement with intercultural competencies.

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