Tufts Global Education

 

Register your Intent to Study Abroad in 2022-23

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COVID-19 Update: With a few exceptions*, fall 2021 study abroad at Tufts will be moving forward! For China-based students who met challenges obtaining their student visa to come to the U.S. in fall 2021, we are offering the Tufts@BNU program once more. Please read more about the program details. (*Tufts in Beijing, Tufts in Chile, Tufts in Ghana, and Tufts in Japan have all been suspended for fall 2021.)

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 to undergraduate students for five decades. You may also choose from hundreds of approved programs run by external providers. Get started with "Study Abroad First Steps"! Once you have taken care of that critical step in your planning, you can then register your intent to study abroad. Come meet with us during drop-in hours, also join us at our info sessions to learn more about your options!

Please read our Statement of Solidarity and Commitment to Racial Justice in Global Education.

Annecy, France, the site of the Tufts in Talloires

Upcoming Events & Deadlines

Feb 25, 2021
Join us on Feb. 25th at 5pm for a discussion about global education and STEM majors. Learn more about the unique experiences that can be gained from field research, courses abroad, and international immersion. Speakers will share education abroad opportunities such as faculty-led programs, study abroad, and hear a Tufts student’s transformative experience. Please contact Scott Langevin at scott.langevin@tufts.edu to learn more and to RSVP.
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News & Announcements

Apply to be Support Staff for Orientation 2020!

Jumbos! The Office for Campus Life is now accepting applications for paid support staff for Undergraduate Orientation this fall! Apply on Handshake by May 1

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Guidance for the Tufts Community Related to the Coronavirus

Tufts continues to monitor the circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) along with various public health partners. Please review our Community and Travel Guidance Related to the Coronavirus for the latest updates, including external resources and preventative measures.

Review Tufts' Community and Travel Guidance Related to the Coronavirus

 

Facebook Live, March 23 and April 3, 2020

The circumstances surrounding COVID-19 have generated a lot of uncertainty for students. To help answer questions and address concerns, we invited all AS&E students to join President Monaco, Dean Nancy Thompson of Student Affairs, and Monique Dubois, '21, of Tufts Mutual Aid on Facebook Live on March 23. Deans Jim M. Glaser (Arts and Sciences) and Jianmin Qu (Engineering) also joined the conversation.

To help answer additional questions about academic support, events, financial aid, and other topics, we hosted a second Facebook Live session on April 3 with Join Sylvester Bracey, '20, and Carolina Olea Lezama, '22, of the TCU Senate, as well as Dean Nancy Thompson, Dean Christopher Rossi, Dean Nandi Bynoe, Dean Kirsten Behling, John Wescott of Campus Life, Joshua Hartman of Residential Life, Margot Cardamone of the FIRST Resource Center, and Patricia Reilly of Financial Aid.

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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
 

 

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.