Study Abroad


Imagine your ideal off-campus experience — we’ll help you make it real.

The annual Off-Campus Studies Fair features many information booths about study abroad and domest...The annual Off-Campus Studies Fair features many information booths about study abroad and domestic off-campus study options for students.

From Wisconsin to the world

We make sure your international experiences include not just college courses, but also the practical, real-world learning that defines a Beloit education.

You can study abroad in just about any country. We also make it possible for you to work, volunteer, research, intern, perform, create, and thrive abroad.

Off-campus study is for everyone

Beloit makes study abroad uncommonly accessible for students from all walks of life.

Worried that you can’t afford it? That you won’t be able to meet your major requirements overseas? Or that as an athlete you won’t be able to study abroad and stay at the top of your game? Not so — our international-education experts bust these myths and many others.

Where do Beloiters go?

With access to more than 100 international programs in 60 countries and nearly a dozen domestic-exchange options, the question should be “where don’t Beloiters go?”

You’ll find our students excavating a medieval cemetery in southern Denmark, assessing the biodiversity on Pemba Island in Tanzania, working at a Mexican migrant camp, and learning new modern dance techniques in Malta.

Draw your roadmap

When you’re ready to plan your study-abroad experience, you’ll meet with one of our full-time advisors. They’ll help you find a program that’s a good fit with your major, learning style, language skills, and professional goals.

Explore your study-abroad options

Navigating culture, gender, and politics in Central Asia
A Global Education

Navigating culture, gender, and politics in Central Asia

Kathleen Connell ’20 is an anthropology and Chinese major who has recently been traveling the world. She stayed in Kyrgyzstan over the summer, studied abroad in Taiwan last fall, and is off to Mongolia this spring, doing human rights work across all three countries.
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