Today, being global means more than studying abroad. It means being versatile, open-minded, and willing to cross and blend boundaries. Suffolk combines international and cross-cultural experiences with a worldly academic perspective, giving you a solid foundation for success in an increasingly global society.
Suffolk shows you the world
If you're artistically inclined, there are multiple summer programs available for you to indulge and hone your craft. Draw outdoors in Florence, learn classic painting techniques in Prague, or study Spanish architecture in Madrid.
Suffolk in Madrid
Our international campus in Madrid enrolls nearly 175 students from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Students may take the first two years of the bachelor’s degree coursework in Madrid, beginning as freshmen, before completing their degrees on our Boston campus. Learn more
Suffolk offers semester-long study abroad opportunities in nearly two dozen countries around the world. Vietnam? Norway? Australia? Greece? We can take you there.
International Student Services
Nearly 1,300 international students and scholars are enrolled in our undergraduate, graduate, and law school programs, making Suffolk a culturally vibrant place to live and learn.
Alternative Winter Break
Suffolk's Center for Community Engagement Alternative Break Programs offer students the opportunity to engage in meaningful service during winter and spring break. The Center for Community Engagement and the Moakley Center have cosponsored an annual Alternative Winter Break trip to El Salvador since 2007.
Global Business double major
The Sawyer Business School's undergraduate double major in global business combines a major in international business with one functional area of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, information systems, entrepreneurship, or even public management. Program details
International Law Concentration
The international law concentration—comprising courses ranging from public international law to international finance and comparative legal cultures—was established at Suffolk Law School to recognize and build upon the trend toward international commerce and global human relations.
International Law Internship Program
Suffolk University Law School has an exclusive agreement with the Center for International Legal Studies to offer internships to American law students. Internships may be completed for course credit toward your JD.
The Department of Economics and the Department of World Languages and Cultural Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences jointly offer two career-oriented undergraduate programs that combine the study of international economics with knowledge of a foreign language and the politics, history, and cultures of other countries.