Study Abroad with Clark University
Studying abroad/away expands credit-bearing educational opportunities beyond the Worcester campus by providing students with classroom and experiential opportunities in over 50 programs around the globe. Students begin the journey by attending a Study Abroad 101 Information Session and the fall Study Abroad Fair. Program/location-specific information is available via the drop-down below. After attending the info session and reviewing the programs, students should discuss their plans with their Faculty Advisor and a Study Abroad Advisor. Come by for Drop-In Hours, call 508-793-7363 to schedule an appointment, or email email@example.com if you have questions.
Drop-in hours are from 12-2, Monday through Friday, on the first floor of the ASEC Building. Please check-in at the front desk. We look forward to seeing you!
Fall 2017 & 2017-18 Study Abroad Applications Due February 15, 2017
If you have not met with an advisor in the Study Abroad Office, please call 508-793-7363 to schedule an office or phone appointment. Be sure to discuss your plans with your department major Faculty Advisor.
Orientations, Events and Meetings
- February 22, 1:30 - 2:30 pm Jefferson 218 - Study Abroad 101 Information Session
- March 15, 1:30 - 2:30 pm Jefferson 218 - Study Abroad 101 Information Session
- April 12, 1:30 - 2:30 pm Jefferson 218 - Study Abroad 101 Information Sessionn
Students are required to attend a Study Abroad 101 info session before scheduling an appointment with a study abroad advisor.
- February 15 - Study Abroad application. Clark approval to study abroad for fall 2017 and academic year-long 2017-18
- Early March - Gilman Scholarship application for summer, fall and full year abroad
Student Travel Resources
- LGBT Student Guide for Education Abroad
- US State Department - Smart traveling tips
- Center for Disease Control
There has been some inquiry about the Zika virus that has been in the news recently. Currently no Clark-affiliated programs have issued any cancellations. Our students' health and safety are of primary concern to us, as it is to our affilated programs. For up-to-date information on the virus and other international health-related issues, please reference the US Center for Disease Control (CDC). Additional information is provided by the World Health Organization (WHO).
New Clark-affiliated program for Fall 2017: Advanced Studies in England, Bath. More information coming soon.
Students interested in applying for fall should contact the study abroad office as soon as possible for application information.
The CIEE-Cape Town program has been suspended indefinitely due to ongoing student protests that have closed the local universities.
The SFS program in Turks & Caicos will no longer be offered as a Clark-affiliated program in 2017-18. For alternative programs, please make an appointment with Study Abroad staff.