may apply to study off campus on a non-Dickinson program
ONLY by demonstrating compelling academic reasons why
they are unable to study abroad on any
of the Dickinson Programs or the Dickinson Partner
Programs. Approval for study on a non-Dickinson program is limited only
the requirements of the application process. Students
may apply for approval by submitting an application to
the Office of Global Education.
Once a student selects a program and is approved to
study off campus, the student must apply directly to the non-Dickinson program.
financial aid cannot be applied to a non-Dickinson program;
however, federal student aid may be used to pay for non-Dickinson program
Past Dickinson students have studied in a variety of locations with a large number of different program providers and sponsors. Dickinson does not maintain a list of pre-approved programs; rather, programs are reviewed on a case-by-case to determine whether credit is transferrable to Dickinson.
Commonly used non-Dickinson programs include, but are not
• Advanced Studies in England www.studyabroadbath.org
• Arcadia University, Center for Education Abroad www.arcadia.edu/cea/
• Butler University, Institute for Study Abroad www.ifsa-butler.org/
• College Year In Athens www.cyathens.org
• Council on International Educational Exchange www.ciee.org
• Institute for the International Education of Students www.iesabroad.org
• School for International Training www.sit.edu
• Studio Art Center International www.saci-florence.org
• Syracuse University suabroad.syr.edu
Other non-Dickinson options for overseas study are available
for students. The Office of Global Education has information
on study abroad opportunities all over the world. In
the past several years, Dickinson students have studied
in these countries:
British West Indies
Dowload a non-Dickinson program application packet, including complete instructions, here.