Boston University sponsors a variety of study abroad and internship programs in Argentina; Australia; Belgium; China; Ecuador; England; France (Grenoble and Paris); Germany; Ghana; Ireland; Israel; Italy (Arezzo,?Padua, and Venice); Morocco; New Zealand; Spain (Burgos, Madrid, and Menorca); Switzerland; Tanzania; and the United States (Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA; New York, NY; and Washington, DC). Students may also enroll in programs sponsored by other institutions or may directly enroll in foreign universities.
Programs are available in fall, spring, and summer semesters. Many fall and spring programs offer similar shorter programs in the summer, and some may be combined for a full academic year. Study abroad programs integrate students into a foreign culture and allow them to concentrate on language acquisition, study of the program country, and coursework in their major fields. Internship programs including an academic component generally combine 4 credits of internship with 12 credits of related coursework.
Beginning in Fall 2019, students will be able to fulfill Hub requirements on many BU-administered programs, in addition to fulfilling major or minor degree requirements. Exchange programs and direct enrollment courses offered at other universities will not carry Hub credit. All Hub-approved courses are denoted by an * symbol.
Study abroad is open to qualified students in all the University’s schools and colleges. All programs are subject to change; updated information for Boston University and non-Boston University programs is available from the BU Study Abroad Office, 888 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215; 617-353-9888; email:?[email protected]; BU Study Abroad?website.