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Study Abroad Courses

Studying in a foreign country is one of the most exciting opportunities that BMCC extends to our students. Incorporating international experience into your college education may earn credit toward your degree, strengthens your professional resume, improves your foreign language skills, creates lifelong memories and broadens your perspectives on the world.

CUNY offers over 100 programs in 51 countries to Study Abroad. This information can be found directly on the CUNY Study Abroad website.

The application deadline for our programs is March 7, 2017. See Steps to Studying Abroad to learn more.

  • Study Abroad Argentina
    This program offers students the opportunity to travel and study in Latin country.
  • Study Abroad Brazil
    This program offers students the opportunity to travel and study in Latin country.
  • Study Abroad China
    Students will enhance their knowledge of Chinese culture, history, and literature through class meetings, seminars, and on-­‐site visits to places of historic and cultural importance.
  • Study Abroad Costa Rica
    This course explores the history and culture of a selected Latin American or Caribbean country by focusing on religion, homeland, art, family, identity, film, economic development, social and political movements and environment.
  • Study Abroad Dominican Republic
    This program offers students the opportunity to travel and study in Latin country.
  • Study Abroad Greece
    The class will be hosted by the Municipality of Kasos and taught in partnership with the School of Political Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The final few days of the program will be spent in Athens where visits to the Acropolis, Agora, and the Acropolis Museum will take place.
  • Study Abroad India
    Students will earn first-­‐hand the very different environmental conditions under which people live and work in a different part of the world, as well as experience the spirit of social entrepreneurs who find innovative ways to solve social problems within a market economy. (will not run in 2016)
  • Study Abroad Italy
    This course, taught in English, is designed to introduce students to the geography, history and politics of Italy.
  • Study Abroad Peru
    This study abroad course will expose students to the rich history and culture of the inhabitants of the Andes. Sessions will be based in the city of Cusco, Peru, the former capital of the Inca Empire.
  • Study Abroad Montreal/Quebec
    Students will enhance their knowledge of French and Francophone language and culture through class meetings, seminars, and an experiential component which includes visits to sites of historic and cultural importance such as Québec City and typical farming centers.
  • Study Abroad Spain
    This course explores the history and culture of a selected Latin American or Caribbean country by focusing on religion, homeland, art, family, identity, film, economic development, social and political movements and environment.