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Curry College has suspended Study Away through the Spring 2021 semester. We are planning for the future of Study Abroad and invite you to join us by making an appointment and participating in our upcoming events!
Learn more about Study Away for Curry students by watching the Curry College Study Away 101 presentation:
Hear from Shea Matthews '20 about her experience studying abroad in Ireland:
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Please contact Mireille McLaughlin, Director of International Student and Study Away Services at 617-333-2967 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Virtual appointments are available. Schedule an appointment and we'll send you a link to meet via Zoom.
Curry students have the option of two semester-long institutional partnerships with campuses in London, England (Richmond University) and Ambialet, France (via St. Francis University, Pennsylvania).
Students may choose a study abroad program offered through a third-party provider. Curry students have traveled to Australia, China, Ireland, Italy, Thailand, and many more destinations through these study abroad providers.
Experience a 2- or 3-week class abroad! Short-term faculty led courses take you out of the classroom and off to destinations like Cuba, China, Ireland, Mexico, and more!
Do you dream about experiencing the glitz and glamour of Hollywood? Want to be in right in the center of the business and media hub of the world? Yearn for an internship in politics or media in our nation's capital?
If you are interested in a study abroad or domestic study away experience, please visit our FAQ page to see types of programs, requirements, appointment and contact information, and more!
"Last semester I studied abroad in Florence, Italy and just like everyone else Spring 2020 is not what I expected it to be. Although I was unfortunately sent home from Italy due to Coronavirus I still had the most incredible 5 weeks abroad. I was able to travel to 6 cities, 4 countries and have countless memories from living in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I was able to take courses where we would spend the day in Italian food markets, visit vineyards and even travel to Venice. I met some of my closest friends who I still talk to, ate the best panini and even was able to bring home a homemade pasta recipe! Studying abroad was the best experience I could do in college and taught me so much more about myself and how to be more independent! As soon as the world is safe again I recommend booking the first flight to your dream study abroad program!"
“Studying abroad in Ireland was an experience of a lifetime. Not only did I have the opportunity to learn about the rich history of Dublin, in the actual historical places, but I gained so much in my own personal growth too, learning about different people and cultures. The other students in the program were from all over the world and we’ve all made friends for life. I am still in touch with many, and I’m glad I took a step out of my comfort zone to experience a once in a lifetime opportunity.”
"I've been incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity to Study Abroad in four different countries throughout my college career. These experiences have changed me, allowed me to grow as a leader, find my independence, and gain immense self-confidence. While Studying Abroad I was able to complete a Certificate in Irish Cultural Heritage, Minors in Biology, Psychology, and Youth Recreation/Sport, as well as my Major in Public Health. Since going abroad I have truly found myself, as it has allowed me to explore all my passions in life to the fullest and find the direction I was searching for." To learn more about Shea's study abroad experience, watch her video.
"New Zealand was the trip of a lifetime. I have a plethora of beautiful friends and experiences that I will never forget."
"Bringing nursing students to France to learn about nursing and healthcare in a different setting is an eye opening experience. Observing hospitals, clinics and home health nurses demonstrated incredible differences from the 'evidence based practice' we espouse in the USA. We found a greater emphasis on caring; particularly with regard to home care for elders. Of course there was ample time to sightsee!!"