UPDATED 21 January 2022
Our campus remains open and we are conducting in-person instruction. We welcome undergraduate exchange and visiting international students in the American Semester Abroad Program (ASAP) to our campus for the Fall 2022 semester (apply below).
For more information on the university's approach to the COVID-19 pandemic please visit covid.nd.edu.
The University of Notre Dame invites exceptional international undergraduate students enrolled in universities around the world to study abroad at Notre Dame for a semester or an academic year. Experience Notre Dame by attending classes taught by world renowned professors and participating in student activities in our state-of-the-art facilities. Understand the religious and intellectual traditions that are unique to Notre Dame and cultivate your sense and responsibility to be a force for good. Experience the unmatched sense of community on campus and become a part of the ND family during your study abroad experience at our "Home Under the Dome."
Exchange Student Program
If you are currently studying at one of the University of Notre Dame's exchange partner universities, you are encouraged to contact your home university's international office and learn more about the opportunity to study on exchange at the University of Notre Dame.
If your institution is currently not an exchange partner with Notre Dame, the American Semester Abroad Program (ASAP) is a credit-bearing program that allows you to take 12-18 credits per semester at the University. You will receive an official transcript upon completion of the program.
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Global Engagement Programs
Notre Dame International
Phone: +1 574-631-1138
Non-ND Student Study Abroad Programs
Are you looking to study abroad at the University of Notre Dame's location in Jerusalem or London? Check out our Study Abroad Programs for non-ND students.