First-ever graduate student study abroad class a success
Studying abroad is a great way to experience a new culture. There is no better way to learn about yourself, acquire marketable skills, and expand your worldview.
The Study Abroad Office offers more than 200 study abroad programs in 50+ countries all over the world, allowing an opportunity for all students to study abroad.
Students can study abroad in the fall, winter, spring or summer and choose from programs that span as few as 10 days to a full academic year. Offerings include short-term travel courses, semester and academic-year options, National Student Exchange programs, summer programs, internships abroad, and international student teaching placements.
Study abroad is open to all undergraduate, graduate, and continuing studies students, regardless of their major or year at Bridgewater. Students can earn credits towards their major, minor, or CORE curriculum requirements.
The Study Abroad Office is committed to helping students determine how to fund their experiences abroad. There are a variety of affordable programs, and financial aid and scholarships are available.