Study Abroad

Study Abroad Center
(440) 826-2231
explore@bw.edu

  • Savanah Craig studies abroad in Scotland

    Study at a foreign university for a semester or even a full year through an independent study program. Savanah Craig ’18 spent a semester immersing herself in Scottish culture and life at the University of Stirling.

  • BW students travel to India as part of BW's "discovering India" seminar

    Faculty-led seminars last from two to six weeks and enable to you to explore a specific topic with classmates and faculty. BW students spent two weeks in India as part of BW’s Discovering India seminar.

  • Mike Comieski studies abroad in Italy

    Many programs offer the choice to study in English or in the local language. Mike Comienski ’19 studied at Siena Italian Studies, a linguistic and cultural immersion program in Siena, Italy.

WHY STUDY ABROAD?

CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE

The Study Abroad Center offers a variety of off-campus options for all disciplines and majors. Students can take part in faculty-led group seminars, study at a foreign university or participate in internships in the U.S. or abroad. See the world for a semester, a summer, or even a full year — the choice is yours.

AFFORDABLE

Costs for most study abroad and off-campus programs are comparable to the cost of a semester at BW.

For fall and spring programs, your federal and institutional financial aid applies to programs recommended by Baldwin Wallace University (program capacity limits may apply). First-time study abroad participants may also qualify for a BW study abroad grant or a program-specific scholarship!

The cost of faculty-led study abroad programs typically includes airfare, accommodations, ground transportation, admission/activity fees and some meals.

Generation Study Abroad Commitment Partner

As a member of the Institute of International Education's Generation Study Abroad campaign, Baldwin Wallace is committed to doubling the number of students who study abroad by the year 2019.

MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY QUALIFICATIONS

  • 2.7 GPA
  • Sophomore status
  • Completion of at least one full semester at BW
  • A clear student conduct record for one year