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The majority of Early deadline programs applications are now closed; University of Cape Town and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) remain open and applicants will be considered on a first-come basis for a limited number of remaining spots.

 

Students who submitted completed applications will hear back in early January. Thank you.

 

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  • BC's Her Campus writer and soon-to-be Eagle Abroad Lisamarie DiOrio provides a helpful top 5 tips for preparing to go abroad! See the full post here.
  • International Education Week 2014 focused on Social Justice and Solidarity, supporting both the internationalization of the BC campus and the positive use of that internationalization worldwide. See the full article from The Heights here.
  • The O'neill Library Gallery featured an exhibit entitled The World Through Our Eyes as part of International Education Week 2014. The exhibist consisted of "22 bright, colorful pictures of the world outside Boston College." See the full article in The Heights here.
  • BC Professor Peter Krause of the Political Science department critiques U.S. response to ISIS as part of International Education Week 2014. See the full article from The Heights here.
  • Notable study abroad alumni and recipients of the McGillycuddy-Logue Travel and Research Grant are featured in the Boston College 2014 Annual Report, p.16. Learn more about our programs in Ecuador, Kuwait and South Africa through the eyes of students. "That was awesome"!
  • BC students studying at the National University of Ireland, Galway met Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on his recent trip to Ireland
  • Students Share Moment With Pope: College of Arts and Sciences juniors Katie Rich and Ethan Mack, philosophy majors studying in Rome, shared a moment--and swapped zucchettos--with Pope Francis. Boston Globe, Boston Magazine, WBZ-TV Ch. 4, AP
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SPOTLIGHT

Start your study abroad journey today!

Make an Appointment

The OIP online appointment system is now open! Take the first step toward studying abroad by making an appointment with an Advising Assistant.

Students should complete the Initial Advising Form before meeting with an Advising Assistant and can do this by browsing the OIP online program catalogue and clicking 'Apply Now' on any program page. Students will be prompted to login with their BC credentials and select 'yes' to create their profile. (This does not tie you to any one program!)

International Study Advisor (ISA) Appointments can now be booked for all regions.

Summer 2015 Programs Accepting Applications Now

Learn more about available programs and how to apply on the Summer page.


  • The Office of International Programs announces two new semester-length programs! The University of Bristol in Bristol, England, and Bogaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey, are now accepting applications for the fall semester of 2015!



  • Internship Opportunities Abroad: Interested in interning abroad? BC offers internship opportunities in three of Europe's top destinations: Dublin, Paris and Madrid.