There are a wide range of academic, personal, and professional benefits to be gained through studying abroad. Many students find it is a truly transformative skill-building experience. Tufts University has been offering study abroad programs for five decades. You may also choose from hundreds of approved programs run by non-Tufts providers.
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Are you a sophomore thinking about studying abroad next year? Join us to learn about this full-year or fall-semester program, based at the University of Chile at Santiago (http://www.uchile.cl/english/) and offering Tufts credit for a variety of courses across a wide range of academic subjects. Come talk to the Resident Director and program alumni about their experiences. Pizza will be served!
A representative from the Trinity College will be on campus to talk about their undergraduate study abroad program in Rome, Italy and answer student questions. Trinity College Rome offers a broad liberal arts curriculum with courses taught in a wide range of disciplines, such as Art, Economics, History, International Relations, Literature, Italian History and Language, Social Sciences, Political Sciences, and Psychology.
Are you a sophomore thinking about studying abroad next year? Join us to learn about the opportunity to undertake a full-year of study at UCL (www.ucl.ac.uk), SOAS (www.soas.ac.uk), or Royal Holloway (www.rhul.ac.uk). Students may also apply to study for the spring semester at Royal Holloway (although not at UCL or SOAS). Between the three colleges, students have the opportunity to receive Tufts credit while undertaking coursework in a variety of subjects. Come talk to the Resident Director and program alumni about their experiences. Pizza will be served!
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Why Study Abroad?
- Earn academic credit while examining your field from a different perspective
- Gain independence, adaptability, problem-solving skills, resourcefulness, and self-reliance
- Develop a global mindset and linguistic and intercultural competencies
Where Do I Begin
- Begin planning for study abroad as a freshman or sophomore
- Attend a required First Steps Meeting
- Research approved programs and begin the application process:
Diversity and Identity Abroad
We encourage students from all backgrounds to consider study abroad. We understand that there can be academic, cultural, and financial challenges to studying abroad, and your own experience will be both rewarding and challenging in unique ways. Find more resources