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For students in any major or discipline, international academic programs will broaden your horizons and deepen your understanding. Study Abroad is a benchmark academic experience that changes students' perspectives and enriches their lives. An educational experience abroad fosters the best kind of intellectual and personal risk-taking. It makes you wiser and more courageous. Sound too grand? Then consider this: because of the increasingly global nature of our economy, students now more than ever experience career-related benefits related to international academic experience.
Bradley University is committed to offering students a broad variety of opportunities for international study. During the January and May/June interims, students can travel with other BU students and faculty on a variety of short-term intensive academic programs abroad. And, of course, students can study abroad for a semester or a year, and even use part or all of their Bradley financial aid packages at a number of distinguished universities and programs abroad.
So, select any of the links above for more information. Enjoy exploring our Web site, and then go explore the world!
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A minimum 2.5 GPA is required to study abroad.
As an academic unit of Bradley University, the International Programs Office is committed to providing an environment in all of its programs abroad that respects individuals without regard to age, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or identity, or veteran status. This respect is crucial to the constructive exchange of ideas at the heart of the university experience. There is no tolerance for any form of harassment or other activities that create or support an environment that is sexually offensive or threatening to an employee, student or visitor. Bradley University reaffirms its position that all students, faculty, and staff have a right to be free from all forms of gender- and sex-based discrimination, including acts of sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, and sexually based stalking.