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How Do You See the World?

One country at a time, of course.

domincan republic service trip riding a donkeyAt Saint Michael's, you can choose from more than 100 study abroad programs in countries spanning the globe. Where will you go? How about Argentina, Botswana, China, Denmark or England?

More than a third of Saint Michael's students spend a semester, academic year or summer abroad. We offer programs in five categories: intensive language, university liberal studies, community-engaged learning, international internships and field-based research. And our study abroad director will help you find programs that fit your needs. Best of all, studying abroad costs no more than a semester on campus. Saint Michael's tuition doesn’t change and financial aid applies.

By their senior year, 43% of Saint Michael's students have studied abroad.

So get your passport ready - expand your horizons and be ready to change your world!

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Saint Michael's Application Deadlines

Fall 2014 Programs
February 7, 2014

Summer 2014 Programs
(Faculty-led programs have individual application deadline dates.
See faculty leader for details.)
April 1, 2014

Spring 2015 Programs
April 30, 2014

Study Abroad Scholarships for SP15

There are a limited number of special scholarships available to support students who plan to study abroad in Spring 2015. Most scholarships are competitive and application deadline dates are strictly followed. Read  scholarship announcements for eligibility and application requirements.

The Undergraduate Research Symposium

Jeanmarie Hall 364
Friday, April 25, 3 - 5:30 pm

Study Abroad Associated Research Presenters:
Katherine Brady '15: Know the Flow: Primary School Waterborne Disease  Education & Visual Indicators of Water Quality in Zanzabar, Tanzania
Jennifer Fortin '15: Teachers' Perceptions and Potential Benefits: Integrating Music into Samoan Primary Schools
Betsy Manero '15: Almost Together: The Story of Sherpas in Mountaineering
Amelia Seman '15: In Search of the Disappeared: Unburying Truth of Apartheid South Africa
Nathaniel Scott '15: Anthropogenic Impacts on the Coral Reefs of Bocas del Toro and the Effects on the Restaurants of Bocas Town
Mary Taylor '15: Integration of Migrant Children through Education: Comparing Integration Strategies in the Public Education Systems of the United States and Switzerland

Office of Study Abroad
Saint Michael's College
One Winooski Park, Box 112
Colchester, Vermont 05439  

Campus Location:  
Klein Hall 118

Peggy Imai
Fax: 802.654.2803

Office Hours:
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

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