Aiming to provide students with an education that branches out beyond the walls of our
institution, Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) has sponsored overseas learning
opportunities since 1973. BMCC Study Abroad Programs expand the students’ educational
experience, enhance curricular offerings, as well as support the educational mission of the college.
In addition, BMCC Study Abroad Programs foster multicultural awareness and understanding while
encouraging the exchange of knowledge and empowering students to succeed within the current
framework of global relations, studies, economies, histories, and cultures.

The Borough of Manhattan Community College Study Abroad team is committed to promoting
international academic experiences. Our programs are all faculty-­‐led. These programs allow our
students to further explore their academic interests at an international level. For summer 2015,
BMCC will sponsor six international programs.

Studying abroad for a short term, semester, or year helps strengthen your:

  • Earn general education credits
  • Allows you to learn or practice a foreign language
  • Broadens Curriculum
  • Provides global experience
  • Expands your horizons and opportunities

Students are not limited to only BMCC administered programs. They may choose to participate in study abroad programs through other CUNY institutions. Visit the following website for a full searchable database of CUNY programs that are available: http://www1.cuny.edu/sites/studyabroad/programs/

Application Deadline for BMCC Study Abroad Programs: March 13, 2015. Click here to
download the Application. Other CUNY program applications may vary.

Payment Deadline for BMCC Study Abroad Programs: April 15, 2015


BMCC offers its students the unparalleled opportunity to have up-­‐to 60% of the cost of Study Abroad Programs subsidized. BMCC students are eligible for a BMCC Association Scholarship that covers 60% of the program’s cost, excluding tuition & students’ fees. Students who have previously received a BMCC Association Scholarship are not eligible.