Preparation tips for a safe and enriching experience abroad.
In addition to discussing your academic and personal goals with the study abroad office and your academic adviser at Lesley, it can be helpful to hear about other students' experiences abroad. Talk to your classmates, visit the websites and Facebook pages of our study abroad partners to connect with students that have completed programs that interest you. You can also read student reviews at these sites:
Once you choose a program, apply, and are accepted, you will receive detailed information about health and safety measures for your specific destination. The following resources are informative as well:
NAFSA, a national organization, has excellent resource pages for students.
Claire A. Carroll
Study Abroad Director
Associate Professor of Biology, Director of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Natural Science and Mathematics program
Study Abroad Info for Parents and Students
Study Abroad Financial Aid Info
Guyana Lesley Abroad Service Semester
Undergraduate Study Abroad Main Page
International Student Services Main Page
Insights from Students
Living in Boston/Cambridge
Student Life and Academic Development
College of Art and Design
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