Office of International Programs
Many BC students were awarded scholarships to support their upcoming study abroad plans, including the Boren Scholarship, Gilman International Scholarship, and the U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarship. Read more about our incredible students.
The OIP is proud to host the Fung Scholars Program at Boston College which will provide opportunities for students with academic gifts and leadership potential to study abroad at leading universities in Asia.
The Kaleidoscope International Journal welcomes submissions of articles, academic papers, and photo journals related to academic and cultural experiences abroad. Click on the flyer to read the submission guidelines.
Lauren Wedell '17, a Carroll School of Management Honors Program student received the Edward H. Finnegan, S.J., Award at the University’s 141st Commencement Exercises. Wedell cited participation in a Venice summer program as a formative part of her BC experience.
Russell Simons '17, who particpated in the Madrid Summer Internship program in 2015, has been named a 2017 graduating Senior to Remember. Read about Simons' reflections on his Boston College experience.
This year's Archbishop Oscar A. Romero Scholarship receipient Steven Guerrero '18, a leader in the BC student group Organization of Latin American Affairs will study abroad at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio) this spring semester.
BC student Jared Collier a student panelist at this year's BISC conference, discusses his plans to participate in the Peace Corps in China after graduation. In his time at BC, Collier took part in two OIP summer study abroad programs and was awarded the Gilman Scholarship.
The deadline for students to apply for approved external programs for spring 2018 is the end of September. This includes petitions. Applications for all BC programs are closed for both semesters.
Boston College student Bemnet Zewdie has been awarded the 2017-2018 Fund for Education Abroad scholarship to study in Ghana.
Read about Boston College student Perla Lara's experience at SEA Semester on a blog.