Students who study abroad often look back on the experience as one of the most influential aspects of their college career. The BSI Study Abroad Resource Guide gives a comprehensive overview of the study abroad process for BSI students. Review this guide to learn what to do before, during, and after a study abroad experience.
Scholarships and financial aid are available for eligible students.
UMSI Study Abroad Programs
UMSI currently offers semester-long study abroad programs in these locations:
- IE University in Madrid, Spain
- University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia
- Uppsala University in Uppsala, Sweden
- University of Economics (VSE) in Prague, Czech Republic
UMSI also currently offers a Spring-term study abroad program that takes place for 3 weeks in May:
BSI students can also consider other U-M study abroad programs sponsored by units such as LSA's Center for Global and Intercultural Study (CGIS) or Ross Global Initiatives, among others, by searching for programs in M-Compass. BSI students can also consider programs beyond U-M's offerings, and a good place to start is the Suggested Programs for BSIs Abroad document.
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Where: Students can select a program or university that fits their degree requirements from anywhere in the world.
Programs: Students can study abroad through UMSI programs or other U-M programs (see M-Compass for offerings), or through non-U-M study abroad vendors such as CEA, IES, CIEE, etc. (see the Suggested Programs for BSIs Abroad document), or students can direct-enroll at a foreign university.
Suggestions for the types of classes available can be seen in the BSI Study Abroad Course Repository.
When: Fall, Winter, Spring/Summer semesters
Eligibility: BSI students; there are limited opportunities for graduate students to take part in study abroad.
Cost: Varies depending on program, duration, and location. Scholarships and financial aid are available for eligible students.
How to apply: Applications differ depending on the method of studying abroad. Students are encouraged to refer to the BSI Study Abroad Resource Guide for first steps in the process.
Additional Information: Students should also schedule an academic advising appointment with the BSI Academic Advisor (firstname.lastname@example.org) to ensure studying abroad works with the student’s schedule.