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Study Abroad

WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?
 
To enhance your collegiate experience and to encourage you to expand your global awareness, Fisher College offers a diverse number of study abroad opportunities. These study abroad opportunities occur during the Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters.
You can choose to study abroad in:
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • South Pacific
  • Semester at Sea

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS?

 In order to participate you must be full-time student, possess a minimum GPA (2.75-3.3) based on the program selected, have a valid passport, and be in good standing at the College. To maximize your study abroad experience, the College recommends participation during your sophomore or junior year.

 
You must complete an application to the study abroad program AND to Fisher College. Before you are cleared by Fisher College to study abroad, you must contact:
- Jesse Ford, Study Abroad Director jford02@fisher.edu
- Laura Biechler, Director of Financial Aid lbiechler@fisher.edu
- Kristen Martinez, Bursar kmartinez@fisher.edu

Where can I get more information?

Please contact Jesse Ford in the beginning of at least one semester prior to the semester you wish to study abroad. He can be reached at studyabroad@fisher.edu or 617-670-4536 or visit the study abroad office (ACE), located on the fourth floor of 118 Beacon Street.

Attend Study Abroad informational sessions and Study Abroad Fairs on campus

For a land-based experience check out the Academic Programs International (API)'s website at www.apistudyabroad.com and the CIS program at www.cisabroad.com

 For a sea-based experience visit Semester at Sea's website at  http://www.semesteratsea.org

  
 

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