There are academic and financial benefits to going abroad as an exchange student.
Lesley University enjoys exchange relationships with universities around the world. You may have met students, like Mellanie Griffin-Michael who studied in Sweden, from the schools listed below during the semester or year they spent at Lesley. You can do the same by studying abroad as an exchange student at their university. There are unique financial and academic benefits to this type of study abroad program. To learn more about each school, click on the links below to visit their sites. Then contact Lesley's Study Abroad Office to request a planning guide.
Lesley I found a second home and developed a love for a new city with all its
cultural treasures. I returned to Germany with a suitcase full of
-Angelina Knoll, German exchange student
Branca Telles Ribeiro
Professor of International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations (On Sabbatical during the 2014-2015 Academic Year)
Associate Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations (On Sabbatical for the Fall 2014 Semester)
Faculty-Led Short-term Travel Courses
Study Abroad Info for Parents and Students
Study Abroad Financial Aid Info
Undergraduate Study Abroad Main Page
Exchange Students Home Page
Fees for Exchange Students
Exchange Student News
The Global Guides program matches volunteers with international students to help them get acclimated to
student life at Lesley and to take advantage of Boston's cultural,
recreational, and educational offerings.Contact us to sign up for the program!
German bilingual elementary education exchange student Angelina Knoll found a second home at Lesley. Read more.