Study Abroad


Harvard Prohibits Non-Essential University Travel Until May 31, International Travel Cancelled Until August 31

Harvard is prohibiting all University-related international travel and non-essential domestic air travel through at least May 31. It is also barring Harvard-organized and Harvard-funded international travel scheduled to take place between now and August 31.


Harvard restricted travel to Italy and Iran

Harvard has restricted all University-related travel to Italy and Iran after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended Americans "avoid nonessential travel" to the two countries.


Beijing Summer Program Cancelled as University Reinforces Coronavirus Warning

After Harvard University Health Services reiterated that University-related travel to China is “strongly discouraged” due to the rapidly spreading coronavirus, the 2020 iteration of Harvard Beijing Academy has been cancelled.


Harvard Office of International Education Moves to New Mass. Ave Space

The Office of International Education, which facilitates term time, summer, and academic year study abroad for Harvard students, moved from its historic building at 77 Dunster St. to 1414 Mass. Ave. last month.


Study Abroad Event

OIE student advisor Jenna M. Gray talks to students at an event about studying abroad as a person of color


Dude, That's Rude: Back From Study Abroad

We already know how much you loved gallivanting around Europe for the summer. But please, spare us the excessive storytelling and bragging. It gets rude real fast.


Out Abroad

Panelists discuss study abroad with moderator Brianna J. Suslovic ’16 at an “Out Abroad” event, designed to help BGLTQ students anticipate potential obstacles in other countries.


Study Abroad Panel

Panelists discuss study abroad with moderator Brianna J. Suslovic ’16 at an “Out Abroad” event, designed to help BGLTQ students anticipate potential obstacles in other countries.


Administrators Support Women, BGLTQ Students Abroad

College administrators have made an ongoing effort to provide more support to help students studying abroad know what to expect regarding cultural norms and gender identity in the countries they are visiting.


Office Uses Coffee Chats to Encourage Study Abroad

Since the beginning of the semester, the Office of International Education has used a new coffee chat program to reach out to students in Harvard’s 12 undergraduate Houses in the hopes of attracting more students to study abroad programs.


Students Express Mixed Feelings on OCS Funding Lottery

With the increasing popularity of Harvard summer study abroad programs, some students have expressed concerns regarding the process by which financial aid funds are awarded, arguing that funding may not go to students who most need it.


Student Travel to Cuba Grows Amid Thawing Relations

As relations thaw between the United States and Cuba, Harvard undergraduates are showing an increased interest in the island nation, though some are wary of how the influx of Americans to the country will influence the educational experience there.


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