To read about Beloit’s Spring 2021 plans, visit our Back at Beloit information site.

Office of International Education

Study Abroad

Observe. Engage. Reflect.

Beloit College Study Abroad Learning Goals


Study Abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic

Fall 2021 semester: As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds as well as responses to it, Beloit College students are encouraged to consider studying abroad in fall 2021, but to also consider alternatives should study abroad not be possible at that time. 

Consultations with faculty advisors and staff in the Office of International Education  are recommended in order to plan for study abroad and for contingencies should study abroad need to take place after the fall 2021 semester.

Study Abroad in Spring 2022:

September 15, 2021: Final deadline for applying to study abroad or off-campus during academic year the spring 2022 semester.

Advising: To consider options that meet your academic and personal goals and to discuss logistics, make an advising appointment to meet with Kathy Landon, Study Abroad Advisor:


study abroad

Simone (right) and Sitashma (left)

International Friday. Anthropause: Perspectives on Climate Crisis

The new podcast Anthropause, co-hosted by Simone Rawal’20, focuses on environmental issues and climate crisis in Nepal and beyond.

Overview of the USFQ/Beloit English/Spanish COIL collaboration

International Friday: Collaborative Online Learning

During the first mod of the spring 2021 semester, Gabriela Cerghedean and Robin Zebrowski took up an invitation from the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ), Ecuador, to partner with a USFQ faculty member in teaching one of their courses. USFQ had shared a list of potential faculty partners and courses. Both leapt at the opportunity, in order to give students in SPAN 105, Elementary Spanish II, and COGS 260, Cyborg Brains & Hybrid Minds, a chance to learn with students located in another country.


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