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UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.

Study Abroad Opportunities

For more information or to sign up, visit International Experiences & Study Abroad or contact studyabroad@uml.edu.

Winter

Matthew Levenson in London

Criminal Justice 
London, United Kingdom
Special Topics: Comparative Criminal Justice Systems: England
Course: Selected Topics in Criminal Justice

Spring - Travel over spring break or in late May/early June

A beautiful, green hilly landscape touching the sea at sunset in Azores
View in Azores.

Art & Design
The Azores, Portugal
Advanced Workshop in Photography
Course: Documentary Image

English 
London, United Kingdom
Practicum – International Experience"
Course: Practicum – English Study

English 
Copenhagen, Denmark & Stockholm, Sweden
"Practicum – International Experience
Course: Practicum – English Study
UMass Lowell Professor Sladkova and students on the Vltava River, Prague, Czech Republic
UMass Lowell Professor Sladkova and students on the Vltava River in Prague.

Philosophy
Quito, Ecuador
Community Building in South America
Course: Directed Studies

Psychology
Prague, Czech Republic
Community Service Learning: Immigration Issues in the U.S. & Europe
Course: Community Service Learning

World Language & Cultures
Quebec, Canada
“Literature & Culture”
Course: Quebec Literature and Culture

Summer

Students make agar from powder in Portugal
Students make agar from powder in Portugal.

World Language & Cultures
Lisbon, Portugal
“Lisbon in Film”
Course: Special Topics in Portuguese

UMass Lowell students in Cadiz in 2019
UMass Lowell students in Cadiz.

World Language & Cultures 
Cadiz, Spain   
Intensive Spanish Language & Culture Studies” or “Spanish for Healthcare Professionals” 
Course(s): Intensive Spanish 1 and 2Intensive Spanish 3 and 4Contemporary Spanish Culture and SocietyMedical Spanish

Criminology students pose for a group photo on a study abroad trip in Portugal.

Study Abroad Quick Facts

  • Financial aid and scholarships are often available 
  • All courses qualify as Global Engagement courses within the River Hawk Experience Distinction (RHED) 
  • All courses open to Immersive Scholars
  • Honors College students can turn their course into Honors credit
  • Students without the proper prerequisites can see the professor for approval to enroll