You have a broad selection of programs and locations from which to choose when making your study abroad decisions. A variety of full-semester programs are available through the Consortium in Europe, the Middle East, Central and South America as well as Australia, New Zealand, Japan and China.
Bay Path University maintains student exchange or partnership agreements with the following overseas institutions:
Chaminade University of Honolulu (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii, is a Roman Catholic, coeducational, private, four-year institution offering such programs as business, criminal justice, education, forensic science, interior design, and theology, as well as intensive programs on Polynesian language, culture, art, design, history, and geography.
Bay Path students may choose to study for a fall or spring semester at Chaminade University. Students are responsible to pay the Chaminade University room and board rate for campus housing, as well as air fare and other expenses. The College reserves the right to limit the number of students studying at Chaminade University during the semester. Chaminade University provides a two-day orientation program each semester for all incoming students. Click here to access the Chaminade University of Honolulu website.
China Programs through The Alliance for Global Education
China in the 21st Century: Language and Cultural Studies in Beijing Hosted by Beijing Language and Culture University, this program offers students 12 class hours per week of Chinese language as well as the opportunity to examine modern China through courses in English in several disciplines including economics, film studies, women’s studies, and cultural studies. Contemporary Chinese Society and Language in Shanghai Students will take classes at the International Cultural Exchange School (ICES) at Fudan University, which specializes in teaching Chinese to foreign students. ICES offers courses in Chinese language as well as a range of elective courses taught in English such as Chinese literature, philosophy, economics, and political science, and art history. International Business in China The Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) is a multi-dimensional university with a core focus on applied economics and management and offering majors in law, philosophy, and humanities as well. SUFE is administered by the Chinese Ministry of Education and has recently been selected as one of the "21st Century's Key Universities in China." Click here for more information on The Alliance for Global Education.
Ewha Womans University (Seoul, South Korea)
Founded as a missionary boarding school in 1886, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea, is the largest women’s university in the world with approximately 17,000 students. The college of Liberal Arts is the historic cornerstone of the university’s fourteen colleges offering 62 major areas of study. International student dormitories are located on the campus.
Ewha U. also offers courses in Korean Studies and Women’s Studies through its International Cyber University. They recommend that study abroad students who intend to study at Ewha take the Cultural and Social History of Korea course in the semester preceding her departure for Korea. Bay Path students who are not able to study abroad in the “real world” may register for that course or any of the others as a form of online Study Abroad. Click here to access the Ewha Womans University website.
Royal Holloway University (London, England)
One of the colleges within the University of London, Royal Holloway University is ranked among the top ten universities in the United Kingdom. It is located 19 miles west of the City on a beautiful 135 acre, secure, park-like campus. The campus includes recently completed suite-style housing. Commuter train service is available, regularly making the 35-minute trip to London’s Waterloo Station.
The curriculum is based upon a traditional British model and students must exercise more individual scholarly discipline than here in the U.S Students may select courses from over twenty different academic departments at Royal Holloway. The University is particularly strong in Biological Sciences, Media Arts and English. Click here to access the Royal Holloway University website.
Tietgen Business College (Odense, Denmark)
Tietgen Business College Tietgen Business College is located in Denmark’s third-largest city, Odense, and the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen. A state-of-the-art college it has traditionally focused on a business curriculum and offers many courses in English. These are divided into two main areas:
Marketing Economist: including Global Communication, Global Economics and Business Law
Multimedia Design (with Odense Technical College): including Communication and Graphic Design
Click here to access the Tietgen Business College website.
University of Leiden (Leiden, Netherlands)
The oldest fully accredited university in the Netherlands (founded 1575) Leiden University is located in the beautiful old city of Leiden, about a half-hour’s train ride from Amsterdam. Signage throughout the campus is bi-lingual, Dutch and English. Housing options include student apartments and the university will assist students in finding suitable arrangements.
The university has an extensive English language curriculum as well as English holdings in its library. Multiple courses are regularly offered in English in the following academic areas: Archaeology, Creative and Performing Arts, Cultural Anthropology, Biomedical Science and Psychology. Click here to access the University of Leiden website.
University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, is ranked as one of Australia’s top three universities. Every year nearly 4,000 international students select the University of Queensland. as their study abroad destination. The total student population is approximately 33,000. Brisbane is located in south of the Great Barrier Reef on Australia’s East Coast and has a population of 1.6 million.
University of Queensland offers a wide range of world-class programs and students can choose from among 5,500 courses in 400 different programs. These include courses in the fields of Business; Health, including Occupational Therapy; Humanities; Legal Studies (Laws); Sciences, including Marine Studies; and Information Technology. You may elect to participate in one of the many programs available through the College Consortium for International Study. Click here to access the University of Queensland website.