Tufts University has been offering study abroad
programs for four decades, and at present offers its own
programs for juniors and seniors to study in
Tübingen, Germany. Students may also choose
from hundreds of approved programs run by non-Tufts
Students who wish to study abroad should begin planning
early in their academic careers in order to meet the
various course and language prerequisites. Majors in all departments are
encouraged to consider study abroad.
Looking for information about the
Tufts 1+4 bridge program for incoming students?
Where do I begin?
Step one: Attend one session of the mandatory
General Information Meeting,
held twice weekly throughout the academic year, which outlines the
process of studying abroad for a semester or year of your Tufts career.
Step two: Familiarize yourself with the policies
and procedures for studying abroad at Tufts, using the
links above, and then research approved programs (links
below), making note of application timelines (February 1
of your sophomore year if you plan to participate in a Tufts Program Abroad; non-Tufts programs'
application deadlines vary, but they are generally during the semester prior to when you plan to go abroad).
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions regarding study abroad for Tufts students may also
be helpful to you in your planning.
You may read evaluations of programs that have been submitted by Tufts students
by visiting Abroad101.com (please note that this
site hosts evaluations for a variety of programs, some of which are not
approved by Tufts).
Step three: Discuss your study abroad plans with your major
advisor and begin the application process.
Students from other Colleges and Universities
Step one: Please browse our site for basic
information on our Tufts Programs Abroad. Feel free to contact
for more information.
Step two: Discuss your interest in our programs
with the study abroad office on your campus to determine
if participation would be approved by your home