Office of International Programs
Planning on studying abroad?
Sign up for a "Study Abroad 101" group meeting before Friday, December 14. If you do not attend this presentation, you will be unable to apply for study abroad by the January 5, 2019 deadline. Next Steps & How to apply
Boston Intercultural Skills Conference
On March 1, 2019, BISC will bring together colleagues from around the New England region and beyond to examine how we might address generational differences within the context of international education. Learn more.
A growing imbalance in the number of BC students studying abroad during the fall and spring semesters has caused challenges for on-campus students seeking housing and seats in required courses. To address this concern, BC will be implementing limits for each semester and program for students studying abroad in 2019-20. The limits will be based on the total number of students who apply by the January 5 deadline.
Change of Pass/Fail Policy
Effective Fall 2018, the deadline for students to declare a course P/F abroad is two weeks after the first class meeting. Courses that are six weeks or less in length must be declared within one week of the first class meeting. Also, effective AY 2018-19, there will be no P/F restrictions on BC program required courses. Refer to the academic policy for details.