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Curry College is committed to assisting students in achieving a personally fulfilling education, one which enables them to develop existing areas of interest and skill, and to explore new areas. This includes the possibility of studying abroad, both during the academic year and the summer.
Study abroad enhances a student's academic preparation in specific areas, such as foreign languages, politics and history, English, and the fine and applied arts, as well as more specific interests, such as comparative education techniques, international broadcasting, international business and trade, and the international impact of environmental issues. It also serves to broaden the student's general perspective on a world which is becoming increasingly interconnected. Study abroad opportunities exist worldwide.
Students considering study abroad should have completed at least 30 credits at Curry, have a minimum grade point average of 2.50 at Curry, and be in good standing with the college.
PartnershipS - London, England/Ambialet, France
Richmond University (London)
*Sophomores will live and study at the Richmond Hill campus, which is approximately 45 minutes outside of London. Juniors and seniors will study and live at the Kensington campus, in the center of London.
St. Francis University (Ambialet, France)
How do I apply?
Students may pick up application forms in the Academic Enrichment Center (AEC), 2nd Floor, Levin Library. For the fall 2015 semester, complete the appropriate application for Richmond or St. Francis and submit it to Ned Bradford or Annmarie Koehler in the AEC by March 1 (St. Francis) or April 1 (Richmond). Study abroad partnership opportunities for Richmond and St. Francis are available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Spaces are limited for the fall of 2015. Applications will be processed as they are received. Incomplete applications (including reference) submitted after the deadlines stated above may not be accepted.
Students also have the opportunity to study abroad at a variety of institutions in other parts of the world, through third party providers.
For more information on student partnerships and study abroad opportunities, please contact Ned Bradford, x2108, firstname.lastname@example.org.