Study Abroad

Study Abroad Center
(440) 826-2231

  • 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.



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.
View study abroad opportunities currently available to BW students >


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.


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