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Study Abroad

 

THINK YOU KNOW ISRAEL? THINK AGAIN.

To learn more about the Barnard in Israel program, click here.

 

Click here to learn about how you can study abroad Down Under at the University of Melbourne.

 

Click here to learn about studying abroad in Barcelona at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

 

University of Edinburgh: click here to learn about how you can study abroad at this 428 year old institution.

Welcome to the Barnard Study Abroad website!

The following pages are for anyone interested in learning more about studying abroad while at Barnard College. 

To supplement the information provided by this website, one of the best ways to learn more about what study abroad can offer you academically and personally is from other Barnard students who have studied abroad. We invite you to contact Barnard students who have studied abroad and are eager to share their experiences with other Barnard students. These students would be more than happy to answer questions you might have about the programs they attended and how they integrated study abroad into their Barnard education. 

Please be sure to consult the list of Barnard approved programs.

See a list of our upcoming events on our Study Abroad Calendar. Additionally, for the latest news and links to student blogs be sure to follow the Barnard Abroad Blog!

Still deciding on a program? Check out www.studyabroad101.com, a new feedback website with study abroad program reviews from students all across the country (including our very own Barnard students.) You can search by country, city, top 10 programs etc.

Barnard has a rich history and tradition of study abroad dating back to the 1930s. Every year, over 200 students study abroad in more than 35 countries. Students are currently studying in Argentina, Australia, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Ghana,  Ireland, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Mali, Peru, Russia, Rwanda, Scotland, Senegal, South Africa and Spain.