Boston University Study Abroad runs more than 25 summer programs in locations around the world. Utilizing the facilities, teachers, and resources used in our regular programs, the summer programs give BU and non-BU students the chance to live, study, and in many cases, intern abroad and earn BU credits.
This program offers Chinese language study at the first, second, and third-year levels as well as a chance to spend eight weeks living and studying China’s largest and most vibrant city.
Tags: Chinese Speaking, English Speaking, Shanghai, Undergraduate
Focus: Chinese Language
This program offers students the opportunity to learn about China’s modernization as a country through cultural tours and language and history classes.
Tags: Chinese Speaking, Shanghai, Undergraduate
Focus: Chinese Language
Students have the opportunity to spend eight weeks studying contemporary film, complete an internship in film & television, and participate in the annual Sydney Film Festival.
Tags: Offers Graduate Credit, Sydney, Undergraduate
Focus: Communication, Film & Television
Students take courses and simultaneously work at organizations in the greater Sydney area.
Tags: English Speaking, Internship, Sydney
Focus: Advertising, Art & Architecture, Business & Management, Communication, Economics, Film & Television, Health & Human Services, Hospitality Administration, International Relations, Journalism, Marketing, Mass Communication, Political Science, Psychology, Public Relations
Students have the opportunity to study and produce travel writing in both the creative and the professional forms of the genre.
Tags: English Speaking, Offers Graduate Credit, Sydney, Undergraduate
Focus: Communication, English/Creative Writing, Journalism, Travel Writing, Writing
Students spend the summer in beautiful Venice, studying global climate change, sea level rise, and international policy.
Tags: English Speaking, Undergraduate, Venice
Focus: Ecology, Environmental Studies, Geography, Geology, International Relations, Political Science, Science
Students have the opportunity to learn about studio arts through in person interviews with museum curators and first person experiences in various art festivals.
Tags: English Speaking, Graduate, Undergraduate, Venice
Focus: Art & Architecture, Graphic Design, Painting, Studio Art
Students spend ten weeks studying and interning in the nation’s capital.
Tags: Internship, Washington, DC
Focus: Advertising, Business & Management, Communication, Economics, Environmental Studies, Film & Television, Finance, Health & Human Services, History, Hospitality Administration, Journalism, Mass Communication, Political Science, Psychology, Public Relations
Not your average study abroad experience, this program immerses students in the study of contemporary East African culture, religion, politics, and Swahili language.
Tags: English Speaking, Undergraduate, Zanzibar
Focus: African Studies, Anthropology, History, Islamic Studies, Political Science, Religious Studies, Swahili Language