Exchanges for BU Students Only
If you are seeking a highly independent and culturally immersed study abroad program, an exchange may be right for you. On an exchange program, you will enroll directly at one of our partner universities and take your classes with local students. This model offers levels of authenticity and autonomy that are not often available through other study abroad programs. Our exchange partners include prestigious institutions in several countries and most offer courses in English.
Participating in an exchange is affordable and simple: while you are participating on an exchange program, you will pay regular BU tuition to Boston University and your financial aid will apply as usual. Courses you take abroad will appear on your transcript as BU credits. Explore the exchange options below and contact Marisa Crowley to begin planning for your exchange.
Claflin University Exchange
Orangeburg, South Carolina
We would like to announce a coming opportunity for BU students, the Boston University-Claflin University Exchange. This program recognizes the deep historical connections between Boston University and the historically black institution, Claflin University. This program will provide BU students with the chance to experience a very different institution as part of their undergraduate experience. Please contact Prof. Jo O’Connor for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The American University of Beirut (AUB) was founded in 1866 as a private, independent, non-sectarian institution of higher learning and is now a major university with over 7,000 students located on a 73-acre campus overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The university provides a rigorous curriculum in the American liberal arts tradition and the language of instruction is English. Students will live in AUB residence halls or suitable off-campus housing.
Tags: Beirut, English Speaking, Fall, Full Year Possible, General focus, Spring
Students can choose from a wide range of business and economics courses offered in English. Students have the opportunity to take an intensive three-to-four-week Italian language course before the beginning of the Bocconi semester.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Full Year Possible, Milan, Spring
Focus: Business & Management, Economics, Finance
Bogaziçi University (Bosphorus University) As one of Turkey’s most competitive state universities, Bogaziçi University offers a wide array of programs, but its strengths lie in engineering, education, social sciences, natural sciences, and the arts.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Full Year Possible, Spring, Turkey, Undergraduate
Focus: Art & Architecture, Biology, Business & Management, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Environmental Studies, Film & Television, History, Hospitality Administration, International Relations, Linguistics, Literature, Mathematics & Statistics, Music, Painting, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Science, Sociology, Studio Art, Tourism
The International Office welcomes over 2,000 international exchange students to Copenhagen Business School (CBS) each academic year, creating a very exciting and international environment for students and staff alike.
Tags: Copenhagen, English Speaking, Fall, Spring, Undergraduate
Focus: Business & Management, Economics, Management Policy
Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) has been ranked second in the world amongst the major academic institutions in hospitality and tourism.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Hong Kong, Spring, Undergraduate
Focus: Hospitality Administration, Tourism
Sciences Po is well known for its strong programs in political science, international relations, and history, although students from other disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Tags: English Speaking, French Speaking, Full Year Possible, Paris, Undergraduate
Focus: Conflict Resolution, Development Studies, Economics, History, International Relations, Political Science, Pre-Law
Boston University students with a serious interest in Classics have an opportunity to study for a semester at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies (ICCS) in Rome. The ICCS was established in 1965 by representatives of ten American colleges and universities, and the number of member institutions has grown to over 100.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Rome, Spring
Focus: Archaeology, Art & Architecture, History
Tokyo’s Keio University has a proud history as Japan’s very first private institution of higher learning, which dates back to the formation of a school for Dutch studies in 1858 in Edo (now Tokyo) by founder Yukichi Fukuzawa. Since the school’s inception, the students of Keio have risen to the forefront of innovation in every imaginable academic field, emerging as social and economic leaders.
Tags: English Speaking, Full Year Possible, Japanese Speaking, Spring, Tokyo
Focus: Art & Architecture, Asian & East Asian Studies, Business & Management, History, International Relations, Japanese Language, Political Science
At the Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (KCJS), an eight-credit course in Japanese language is offered each semester. Additional discipline-based courses in the humanities/social sciences are taught in English by Japanese and American professors.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Full Year Possible, Japanese Speaking, Kyoto, Spring
Focus: Japanese Language
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has gained international recognition as an elite, modern university. BU students at NTU are invited to take courses in the vibrant College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, which provides opportunities for students interested in the humanities, art and design, communications, social sciences, and more. NTU has a student population of over 33,500 undergraduate and graduate students.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Full Year Possible, Singapore, Spring
Focus: Advertising, Communication, Economics, English/Creative Writing, Environmental Studies, Film & Television, Graphic Design, History, International Relations, Journalism, Linguistics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Relations, Sociology