“Now boarding flight 203.” That’s the third time I’ve heard that sentence—or some variation of it—in the last three hours. Within the past 24 hours, I’ve had one flight canceled and more delays than I’d like to count. I’m more than ready to get home before I have to leave the country. I’ve gone as…
After making adjustments to the study abroad application process last year, the Office of International Programs (OIP) will no longer require students to list a fall program on their study abroad applications and will now ask students to list six programs, instead of three, when they apply.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) and the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) launched the ninth annual International Education Week on Monday.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) announced in an email Wednesday that due to imbalances in the number of Boston College students studying abroad during the fall and spring semesters, the University has decided that limits will be placed on “each semester and program for students studying abroad.”
“Without gathering students’ opinions regarding such established institutions within BC, even marginal changes may face unnecessary retaliation, which would prove unnecessary given adequate student input.”
Recruiting’s move to the fall for some business careers is pushing juniors to go abroad in the spring, throwing off housing capacity.
After a semester abroad, Alec Rescigno shares his experiences living in Switzerland, from attending U.N. meetings to traveling the rest of Europe.
People often hear stories of juniors who studied abroad. But what about the juniors who decided to stay at BC?