November 26, 2015
Barnard has a rich history and tradition of study abroad dating back to the 1930s. Today, students study abroad in more than 35 countries, from Australia to Tibet. This site details the opportunities available, online resources, and procedures to apply. Please review the information on the website before meeting with the Dean for Study Abroad.
One of the best ways to learn more about what study abroad can offer you academically and personally is from other Barnard students who have studied abroad or who are currently abroad. We invite you to link to reach out to Barnard students who have studied abroad to ask questions about their experience and research which program is right for you.
Important Dates and Deadlines
To learn about initial procedures, please visit http://www.barnard.edu/studyabroad
Go To India, But Not With Sita
South India Term Abroad - SITA
"The truth is that I gained and learned SO much from India, Madurai, and indeed from SITA. It was one of the hardest experiences of my life for many reasons -- it was physically and emotionally draining. But the friends there I made are my friends for life, and I wouldn't trade them for anything. I also realize that the type of p..."
New York University: Madrid - NYU in Madrid
"Definitely a worthwhile experience-- I think going abroad is an amazing opportunity that every college student should take advantage of. I improved my spanish skills in a way that's not possible to do in the classroom. I also became familiar with a different culture. I cannot wait to return to Europe and possibly live there in t..."
The Highest Highs & The Lowest Lows!
IES Abroad: Delhi - IES Abroad Center
"I think that if you go into the situation with no expectations, and are ready to embrace whatever is about to come your way, then your experience will be incredible. Those who left the program disappointed were those who came in with high or unrealistic expectations. I learned so much both inside and outside the classroom, but t..."
Not My City
CIEE: Barcelona - Advanced Liberal Arts
"Absolutely worthwhile. I learned so much about myself just spending that much time alone and by being forced to use a second language to communicate and travel solo. I really dislike the city, the culture and the people there, but it was so valuable regardless. "
Best Time Of My Life
ISA Study Abroad in Barcelona, Spain
"It was literally the best thing I have ever done. I fell in love with every aspect of Barcelona from the people, the architecture, museums, beaches, streets ,food, nightlife, to cafes. It was just so incredible. I got extremely lucky with a small program of 25 amazing people and we all got really close. I made really incredible ..."
Gaining Independence In A Foreign Country
Sarah Lawrence in Florence
"I learned another language and the ability to interact with another culture. I met new people and learned how to be independent and provide for myself on an emotional level. It was worthwhile because it was a surge of growth and access to knowledge. "