1. Check out the approved study abroad programs for Simmons students!
2. Talk with your academic advisor.
- If you want to earn credits and fulfill requirements, start a year ahead (or at least a semester) and work closely with your academic advisor and department to identify the best terms to go abroad, based on your academic plan.
3. Talk with your financial aid advisor
- Take a look at our lists of Financial Aid Steps & Considerations.
- Have you started to budget your income and/or saving money to provide for the program costs and cost of living abroad?
- How does the cost of living abroad compare to the cost of living at home in the US?
- What categories do you need to create in your budget?
- Review foreign exchange rates and currency converter.
4. Go to one of the following Information Sessions:
- TBA Fall Semester
5. Schedule an appointment with Laura Bey, Director of Study Abroad: firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Choose a program and Apply!
- Fall semester: March 15
- Summer term: March 15
- Spring semester: October 15
- Faculty-led course that travels in spring or summer: October 15
Course Sequence for Nursing Students:
Nursing students can study abroad in the fall semester of their junior year, which means that you need to apply by March 15 of your sophomore year. Check out the course sequence to see how it all works!
Course Sequence for Social Work Students (BSW):
Social work students can study abroad in the spring semester of their sophomore year, which means that you need to apply by October 15 of your freshman/first year. Check out the course sequence to see how it all works!
Check out our Study Abroad Library Guide!
Here you will find resources and information to assist you with your search on studying abroad, international internships, or volunteer opportunities.
Petition to Study Abroad:
Get your courses approved in advance of studying abroad! Here's the form you need to make it happen.