To study abroad, there are several things to consider. To begin, click the links below.
Spring Study Abroad: October 15
Fall Study Abroad: March 1
Before You Apply
- Everyone can study abroad with careful planning. Read about your peers’ experiences abroad and reach out to speak to a past study abroad student!
- Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who are in good standing are eligible for semester or academic year study abroad
- Your financial aid travels with you for term-time study abroad. It covers everything from airfare and visas to books and ground transportation
- Your parent and student contributions remain the same whether you are on campus or studying abroad for the semester (so you might as well study abroad!)
- All students on grant aid can take out a loan to cover the term time work expectation, as well as a $2,000 unexpected expenses loan to cover an emergency or to use for travel/recreation while abroad.
- The Financial Aid Office will help you create a budget to help you figure out your daily living expenses abroad. For more information, see their study abroad page and review their study abroad FAQs.
- Financial Aid officers are available at 617-495-1581 or 86 Brattle St. to address your questions or concerns.