Office of International Programs
Did you study abroad Fall 2016? Sign up for the Lessons From Abroad New England Returnee Conference at Bridgewater State University on Feb. 25. All students encouraged to attend.
If you will be studying abroad next semester, it is likely that you will be asked questions about the recent U.S. Presidential Election. University Counseling Services is hosting post-election lunch conversations for students. See here for details.
The McGillycuddy-Logue Travel Grant application will open for Summer 2017 and Fall/Academic Year 2017-18 applications in mid-December. Please check for further updates and a link to the online application.
Fund for Education Abroad scholarship application open now. Availible for a wide range of terms and students.
Read the recent Heights article on the McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Program and check out OIP's website for more details.
Learn more about what's in store for summer abroad by reading the recent Parent Update Newsletter featuring past student experiences.
Attention sophomores! If you're planning to study abroad for Fall 2017, Spring 2018 or Academic Year 17-18, it's time to get started. Use the website to view programs, start the application process, schedule meetings and review relevant deadlines.
Learn more about study abroad and LGBTQ issues with the Spring 2016 Rainbow SIG newsletter. This edition includes an article on BC and its LGBTQ outreach efforts.
Check out the 2016 Summer Photo and Blog Contest Winners.
BC student Solina Jean-Louis, who will study in Germany next spring, won a competitive scholarship awarded by the German Academic Exchange (DAAD).
Jerry Chen, who is studying in Hong Kong this fall, has been awarded the Freeman-ASIA Award. It is a financial award for U.S. citizens studying in East or Southeast Asia.
Check out McGillyCuddy-Logue recipient Robin Kim's video about studying abroad in South Africa this past summer.