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American University of Beirut, Lebanon Exchange

American University of Beirut Exchange, Lebanon

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, Exchange (for BU students only), Fall, Full Year Possible, Spring

Dresden German Studies Program

Dresden German Studies Program

This program is designed for students who wish to enroll directly in a German university, and who want to take advantage of the wide range of courses offered by Technische Universität Dresden (TUD).
Tags: Dresden, Fall, Full Year Possible, German Speaking, Spring
Focus: Art & Architecture, Biology, Business & Management, Economics, Finance, German Language, History, International Relations, Linguistics, Literature, Music, Political Science

London College of General Studies Program

London College of General Studies Program

This program provides a unique opportunity for first-semester CGS sophomores to study in London.
Tags: BU students only, CGS students only, Especially for Sophomores, Fall, London

Madrid Summer Spanish Studies Program

Madrid Spanish Studies Program (Summer)

Students enjoy six weeks of study and cultural immersion in Spain’s capital.
Tags: Madrid, Spanish Speaking, Summer, Undergraduate
Focus: Literature, Spanish Language

Padua Italian Studies Program

Padua Italian Studies Program

The program offers intensive language study and coursework in an historic university town 20 miles west of Venice.
Tags: Fall, Full Year Possible, Italian Speaking, Padua, Spring, Undergraduate
Focus: Art & Architecture, History, International Relations, Italian Language, Linguistics, Literature, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology