|Come join us for a chat with Kate Bryant of IES Abroad and BMC Director of Global Education Tracy Weber. Hear Kate's tips for how to research, evaluate and select a study abroad program. Kate will also talk about the various IES programs open to Bryn Mawr students, and answer your questions. The Info Session will take place on Oct. 7 from 3-3:45 p.m. in the Guild Hall Courtyard.|
Each year, about one third of the junior class studies abroad, usually for one semester, at one of more than ninety approved programs. Students should begin to think about options in their first year, consider their goals for study abroad and start to explore the many approved programs that Bryn Mawr offers.
Learning more about study abroad and deciding whether and where to apply for study abroad is an important part of the Sophomore Plan. We invite you to get started on our Study Abroad 101 Moodle to ensure that you have all the information you need to make this decision. Your dean, major advisor, and faculty in your intended areas of study will also be valuable sources of guidance and advice.