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 Angelina Knoll from the University of Education in Freiburg, Germany, who studied at Lesley. Perhaps you've heard about Lesley students, like Mellanie Griffin-Michael, who studied in Sweden. You can do the same by studying abroad as an exchange student. 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 us to request a planning guide.
Professor, Expressive Therapies; Director of National, International, and Collaborative Programs
Claire A. Carroll
Study Abroad Director and Adjunct Professor
Parent and Student Resources
Course Selection & Approval
Study Abroad Main Page
College of Art & Design
Global Studies & Political Science
Holistic Psychology & Applied Therapies
Exchange Students Home Page
Fees for Exchange Students
Exchange Student News
Lesley's Global Education Center
Professor Weiss greets international students
Arts & Education in Korea with Lesley Fulbright scholar
Lesley's first Urban Scholar Initiative graduate
Lesley professor recognized as global peacemaker
International language of theater
Graduate instructor honored by NAFSA
Lesley fosters partnership with Chinese educators
International Student Services
International Exchange Students
Study Abroad Opportunities for Lesley Students
Meet our Team
Study Abroad Office 7 Mellen Street, Doble Campus
Claire Carroll, Director 617.349.8323
Read about Alexis Fudge's semester in Korea
Lesley and Orebro University in Sweden have been exchanging students since the 1990s. Read all about it here.
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.