The College

International Study Opportunities

Brown students can study abroad through a traditional program or they may participate in a travel experience embedded in their coursework.

At Brown, you have the opportunity to study abroad through a traditional program or you may participate in a travel experience embedded in your coursework. The Office of International Programs sends approximately 600 students annually to programs in 14 countries at 53 different institutions, while the Global Experiential Learning and Teaching (GELT) grant program provides funds for advanced undergraduate seminars that include an international travel component.

Join hundreds of undergraduate students each year studying abroad in more than 40 countries.
Students studying on F-1 visas may seek permission to study at a two- or four-year institution in their home countries.