Explore Your Options
Interested in spending a year in the UK or a semester in Australia or South Africa? Want to improve your language skills by spending a summer in China or heading to Spain during IAP? How about combining a study-abroad experience with an internship in France or Hong Kong?
Hundreds of MIT students have studied abroad over the years and you can too. MIT offers both short and long-term options to fit your academic needs and career goals.
Find Your Program
You can apply for a program managed by MIT, like the Cambridge-MIT Exchange (CME), or apply directly to universities abroad or to programs offered by outside study-abroad providers.
The key to making study abroad part of your MIT experience is to understand your options and start planning early. With proper planning, you can earn transfer credit for your work abroad and still graduate on time. You can even participate in multiple study abroad programs before you leave MIT, so start exploring now!
Search for programs, including:
- Cambridge-MIT Exchange (CME)
- D-Lab Study Abroad
- Departmental exchanges
- Other study abroad opportunities