Office of International Programs
In light of the attempted coup d'état on July 15, 2016, we are able to confirm that no BC students are currently studying in Turkey through the OIP. Our sincerest condolences go out to the families and friends of those who have lost loved ones. The safety of BC students is a top priority and, in light of an updated US Department of State travel warning, the OIP will be suspending the BC semester program in Istanbul until further notice.
Kasandra Philipps has been awarded a merit scholarship for the BU London Internship Program for Fall 2016.
BC student Solina Jean-Louis, who will study in Germany next spring, won a competitive scholarship awarded by the German Academic Exchange (DAAD).
The American Councils for International Education recognized BC students Janice Li and Lindsay Paturalski for winning U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships. Both are studying languages in Asia this summer. Read more!
Read about BC Student Shalagh Canning's experience at SEA.
OIP contributes to the University's strategic planning around global engagement.
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 2015 Summer Photo and Blog Contest Winners.
BC to Explore Study, Research in Turkey: A group of eight faculty traveled to the Republic of Turkey in June to meet with academic, political, cultural and religious leaders as part of an Office of International Programs initiative to expand research and study opportunities for faculty and students in less frequently visited countries.