Recommended Study Abroad and Domestic Programs[Beloit Programs button]
In recommending off-campus programs, Beloit College looks for programs that meet students' academic needs and preparation and comply with the College's learning goals for off-campus study.
Program options include Beloit College's exchange and other programs, direct enrollment in universities abroad, the International Student Exchange Program network of universities around the world, and programs sponsored by U.S. providers.
Participation in any program is dependent on submitting an application and receiving approval by either the Committee on International Education or the Domestic Program Selection Committee. The Application Steps contains information on how to prepare a successful application for off-campus study. If approved, students submit a second application to the program or university.
Off-campus study applicants should note that if they are interested in applying to a program with tuition at or above Beloit College's tuition cap for off-campus study, they should also consider a program below the cap and should describe this option in their application to the the other program.
[Hungary] [kansai gaidai center] [Senegal - Myra] [Estonia-Morocco]
- Beloit College semester and academic year programs
- Beloit College faculty-led short-term programs
- International Student Exchange Programs (ISEP)
- Directly enroll in a program/university abroad
- U.S. provider programs designed for Americans abroad
- Domestic programs
Off-Campus Study Programs by Major and Minor Use this site to review programs recommended for specific majors and minors at Beloit College. Access is limited to users with beloit.edu accounts. Click on the link above, then enter your user name and password in the dialogue page that appears.
NOTE: Students who plan to study in an English-speaking country will normally enroll directly into the university. (Check to see if start and end dates coincide with Beloit's calendar.)
Students interested in programs not listed in these pages should consult with their faculty advisors and the Office of International Education.