Study Abroad

At least 40 percent of CAS students participate in Boston University’s extensive study abroad programs, which are designed specifically for our students and are well-integrated into the CAS curriculum. BU offers almost 100 opportunities in more than 30 cities spanning six continents, so whether you want to study tropical ecology in Ecuador, technology in San Francisco, or art history in London—or do a semester at sea—you can find the program that works for your major and interests.

Many opportunities involve interesting and exciting internships, including opportunities to study management, language, and the arts. Information is available through Boston University Study Abroad.

  • BU Abroad: Voulez-Vous Diner Avec Moi Ce Soir?

    With 75 study abroad programs—in language, liberal arts, fine arts, engineering, and science—in more than 20 countries, Boston University can justifiably claim a global campus. Last fall, we checked in on six of these programs in Europe to capture a day, or two, in the life of BU abroad.