Engineering students can now add Madrid to their list of possible study abroad destinations. The Madrid Engineering Program is new for Spring 2013. The Grenoble Engineering Program and the Dresden Engineering Program offer similar courses, and there are many other programs for engineering students to check out.
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Students in the sciences can now add Madrid, Spain to their list of possible destinations for studying abroad. The Madrid Science Program is new for Fall 2012. The Grenoble Science Program and the Dresden Science Program offer similar courses, and there are many other programs for science students to check out.
Designed for students specializing in international relations, public health and other fields, the Geneva: Global Governance, Economic Development, and Human Rights program is new for Summer 2012.
Unique for Summer 2012, BU Journalism students have the unique opportunity to become Olympic correspondents and multimedia online journalists, covering the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The one-time-only program, Covering the London Olympics is offered by Boston University Study Abroad and the College of Communication.
This new program starting in Summer 2011 takes you to two exquisite cities: London and Paris. Study London and Paris’s architectural history and discover their art and aesthetics.
Spend your summer gaining insight into the culture, people and history of Niger, on the Niamey West African Studies Program. Study the Hausa language in-depth, and practice it on a daily basis. Optionally, study anthropology, with the Topics in Culture and Society in Niger course. This program is new for Summer 2011.
New for Spring 2011, BU School of Hospitality students have the opportunity to study abroad at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, in their School of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Learn more about the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Exchange.
New for Fall 2010, the Paris Contemporary Studies Program is ideally suited for advanced students of French, as well as students who want an edge in international fields like the arts, literary studies, architecture, journalism, business or politics. This program combines immersion in contemporary cultural study at the Université Paris 8 (Vincennes—Saint-Denis), with equal immersion in the artistic and intellectual life of this exciting city and the full co-curricular program and student life support of BU’s Paris Center.
For BU students only, the new Arezzo Physical Theater Program is ideal for students of theater, music, and dance. Students can study at the Accademia dell’Arte in the picturesque hills of Tuscany as an integral part of their academic program at Boston University. Offered spring semesters only, starting in spring 2010.