Bentley University is a private co-educational university in Waltham, Massachusetts, 10 miles west of Boston. Founded in 1917 as a school of accounting and finance in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, Bentley moved to Waltham in 1968.
Below you will find study abroad reviews from students at Bentley University. We hope you will find these helpful in your search for options in education abroad. If you are a Bentley University student, please check with the Cronin Office of International Education for guidelines on enrolling in a study abroad program and receiving credit for your study abroad experience. If your university has listed recommended programs below, please consider them first and contact any of the program providers referenced in the reviews listed below for more information.
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"I learned to speak spanish and I learned to be tranquilo"Andrew S Bentley University
"Just because Aussies speak English and are white does not mean we are the same. The cultural differences are huge."dbrantley13 Bentley University
"I learned all about myself and how to much better interact with others and immerse myself in a new culture. It was definitely worthwhile."A student Bentley University
"International awareness, different global perspectives, self-identity, intercultural knowledge, openness to different cultures and mindsets, history and politics of different countries, the degree of the current globalization in the world. It was definitely worthwhile. "Alfredo v Bentley University
"I think I gained independence while being abroad and learned the importance of not always staying in a big group."A student Bentley University
"i learned a lot about myself along the way. it was extremely worth while because i definitely grew up and matured. i made so many new friends. i feel so accomplished that i did something that ended up being a little bit of a struggle for me but was an amazingly fun and learning experience"emily.locke Bentley University
"The best experience ever. Took me out of my comfort zone, met awesome people, learned a lot about the World and America and myself"A student Bentley University
"The most important thing that I gained from this experience was independence as well as important friendships that I plan to maintain in the future. "A student Bentley University
"It was extremely worthwhile! I learned more about myself and life in general in the 5 months that I was abroad, then I ever have in my entire life! "A student Bentley University
"The difference in life at home to life in a whole new place with whole new people. Everyday is a learning experience and was always kept interesting."A student Bentley University
"shouldn't change your plans for other people go for what you want. it was worthwhile"A student Bentley University
"I have become more independent and have gained a love for the Irish culture, land, and people"A student Bentley University
"It was the best experience of my life. It just teaches you so much about yourself. Living on your own in a country that is foreign to you and speaks a different language allows you to mature as a person and really grow up. "Alex M Bentley University
"Yes. If you go during the Spring, you have a 3 week Spring break which provided me with time to travel across Ireland for a week and backpack throughout Europe for 2 weeks. "Justin L Bentley University
"Absolutely I grew as a person; I never had the chance to really travel before but I visited over 12 countries while I was abroad. I met new people and experienced new things, tasted a slew of different foods and went to more museums then I ever thought I'd want to. Learning about new cultures through experience is like nothing I..."S D Bentley University
"I became much more independent."Katie H Bentley University
"Yes it was 100% worth missing a semester here in the states. Going to Australia, for me, would not have been feasible on my own. Being able to travel around Australia and see the sights as well as meeting Australians and being immersed in their culture was amazing. I have learned that you do not need to know people to fit in,..."Ashleigh C Bentley University