Are you PREPARED to take on the world?
The Office of International Education provides students with academically rigorous and culturally enriching international experiences, preparing them for socially responsible leadership in an increasingly interconnected world.
Interested in studying abroad? With more than 80 programs in over 25 countries, the world really is your classroom! Choose from semester programs, summer programs, faculty led international courses, as well as domestic programs. Learn more about what international education option best fits both your academic goals and global aspirations and how to get where you need to go. Our Undergraduate Students page is a great place to start! To learn more about semester programs, attend an information session and review Study Abroad 101. Make an appointment to meet with a study abroad advisor if you have additional questions.
We offer multiple opportunities for you to gain valuable international experience to supplement your resume. Visit our Graduate Students page for more information on how you can elevate your perspective and interact in real world business settings abroad!
Like students, Bentley faculty have myriad ways of bringing the world into the classroom. Leading a faculty led international course is a wonderful opportunity to broaden the horizons of students by providing a dynamic and engaging educational experience in a foreign country. Faculty interested in internationalizing their curricula can attend International Faculty Development Seminars at various locations around the world. Visit our Faculty page to learn more!
Is your Bentley student studying abroad? Chances are this is going to be a new and exciting experience for the entire family. Check out our Students and Family Resources page for frequently asked questions and helpful tips on the entire study abroad process, from academics to finances and everything in between!
View the Cronin Office of International Education 2017-18 Annual Report
Cronin Office of International Education
Adamian Academic Center 161
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452 USA