Are you interested in studying abroad but not sure how to get started? We can help.
Attend an informational meeting
You can sit in on a debrief session with students who have returned from studying abroad, or attend an info session for students preparing to go abroad. Both will give you a good sense of the overall experience. See our Events Page for a schedule of upcoming meetings.
Not sure how to get started?
See our Guide for Getting Started, which includes questions to ask yourself as you are deciding what and where to study abroad, as well as an explanation of different types of programs.
Diversity, Identity, and Inclusion
Students who study abroad are as diverse as the destinations and languages they choose. No matter who you are or how you identify, we have the resources and support to make your experience the best it can be.
Explore our Course Database
Use our course information database to find information on courses taken abroad (both at Middlebury Schools Abroad and externally sponsored programs) and their applicability to Middlebury majors and academic distributions.
- Read evaluations from past study abroad students.
- Review the Study Abroad Guidelines and Pre-Departure Handbook.
- Explore program and university options.
- Meet with an advisor in International Programs.
Helpful Pre-Departure Links
- Center for Disease Control
- Embassy and consulates contact information
- Foreign exchange rates/Currency Converter
- Travel insurance information
- International Student Identity Cards
- Lonely Planet Guidebooks
- Students Abroad: Go From Here