Although Marlboro College is a small, self-governing community, our commitment to civic engagement extends well beyond campus. There are wide a variety of study abroad programs available to students seeking to widen their horizons and world views in other parts of the world. Students have studied cultural practices in Mongolia, sustainable communities in India, and advanced their language skills in Argentina, China, and Tunisia, among many others.
Whether you hope to study away for a summer, semester, or entire school year, Marlboro has options that fit the needs of every student. Students may choose to study at one of our partner universities in Prague, Bratislava, or Heilongjiang. Perhaps they'll find an overseas university of their choice and directly enroll for a semester an an international student. Still other students participate in field-based learning through programs such as SIT Study Abroad, the School for Field Studies, or CISAbroad, or choose to study through another American institution abroad, such as Antioch University, IFSA-Butler, or the University of Minnesota. Travel grants are also available for students in the summer.
Students decide on their study abroad program, and how it fits in with their academic work and personal interests, through one-on-one consultations with faculty and staff. They are supported through any application and financial aid process, health concerns, as well as integrating their experiences into their studies upon their return.