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The personal & professional opportunities that await higher education students who choose to study abroad are endless. Confident, ambitious students in a bachelor’s degree program at Dean College, who seek to become true global citizens, are encouraged to experience culture outside of their comfort zone by spending a semester abroad. Explore and consider the affiliation agreements Dean has with several study abroad organizations, such as:
Bachelor’s degree students in their junior year or first semester of their senior year who have a cumulative Grade Point Average of a 3.000 may choose to study abroad for a semester or full academic year.
The Robbins Family Center for Advising and Career Planning can provide more information about program opportunities, the application process, and application materials. Personal advisors are available to work individually with students to plan an optimal study abroad experience for their chosen major and career goals.
Washington Center Affiliation
Dean College is formally affiliated with The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, which provides comprehensive internships and academic courses in Washington, DC; London, England; and Sydney, Australia. Students need a minimum cumulative GPA of a 3.000 and good judicial standing to be eligible to apply. Associate degree students may complete the program in the summer after graduation from Dean College. Bachelor’s degree students may complete the program after completion of the sophomore year. Students interested in these options should contact either the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs or the Assistant Vice President for Academic Support and Career Planning for pre-qualification before applying directly to the Washington Center.