UMass System-wide Exchange & Study Abroad Programs
The campuses of the University of Massachusetts have long been engaged in international activities. The University of Massachusetts campuses each hold international partnerships that facilitate study abroad and exchange opportunities to UMass students, system-wide. Specifically, the University of Massachusetts campuses at Boston, Dartmouth, and Amherst share a number overseas programs which allows students from any UMass campus to participate in study abroad and international exchange through one of these UMass campuses.
University of Massachusetts Amherst opens a number of its education abroad and exchange programs to UMass students. UMA programs are available for UMass Boston students in the following locations:
Australia: Adelaide, Sydney
China: Beijing, Hong Kong
Germany**: Baden Wurttemberg (summer & semester): Freiburg, Heidelburg, Hohenheim, Karlsruhe, Konstanz, Mannheim, Stuttgart, Tuebingen, Ulm
Ireland: Dublin (summer); Limerick
Japan: Tokyo, Sapporo
South Korea: Seoul
The Netherlands: Leiden
England, United Kingdom: Brighton, Sussex, Kent, Lancaster, Manchester, Norwich, Egham, London, Hull, Leeds
Scotland, United Kingdom: Stirling, Edinburgh, Glasgow
For detailed information about any of the UMass Amherst Programs, please refer to the Education Abroad Programs on the International Programs Office website and contact the responsible program advisor in the UMass Amherst IPO.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth offers UMass Boston students opportunities to participate in a system-wide exchange, or a study abroad program facilitated through its International Programs Office. UMD programs are available for UMass Boston students in the following locations:
For detailed information about these UMass Dartmouth Programs, please refer to the links, above, or to the Study Abroad website of the International Programs Office at UMass Dartmouth.
** Please refer to the Reciprocal Exchange information and specific program brochures for further details about these system-wide excahnges.