The BE3 Brown experiential learning programs – Berlin: Research & Entrepreneurship; Boston: BioTech & Life Sciences; and U.S.: Campaigns & Social Change – combine internships and coursework over the summer and fall terms. Students have the opportunity to gain direct experience in a dynamic field, innovate alongside professional mentors, and collaborate with fellow Brown students in small cohorts. Undergraduate participants may earn up to five course credits (or their equivalent) while engaging in an immersive, extended internship opportunity. The number of credits earned will be contingent on successful course completion.
- Students in Berlin will complete their coursework at Humboldt University International Campus, following Brown's travel policies. There is no German language requirement for participation.
- Students in Boston will enroll in on-campus and online courses at Brown.
- Participants in the Campaigns & Social Change program will complete a series of online courses at Brown and may be based in the location of their choice in the U.S.
Internships will be arranged with the aid of CareerLAB and program partners. Brown undergraduates who receive University Scholarship during the academic year will be eligible for need-based financial aid to cover a portion of the cost of attendance.