Study Abroad participants often call their experiences "life changing." UMass Lowell students have studied in 25 countries and we have partnerships with 120 institutions around the world. Read the news and meet our students.
Virtual Study Abroad & International Experiences
Online Study Abroad - Course enrollment includes immersion experiences such as virtual cooking classes, tours, discussions, lectures and activities, networking and professional development.
Remote Global Internship - Engage in collaborative remote work, networking, mentoring, peer-to-peer advising and virtual intercultural experiences to learn how to succeed in the global work environment.
Meet Our Students
George Dylan Bistany completed his master’s degree abroad in fall 2019 at the Czech Technical University in Prague.
After making his mark at UML as Student Government Association president, Manning School of Business senior Andre DiFilippo is excited to get started on a sales career.
For Saldana, who is pursuing a dual concentration in finance and management and minoring in Spanish, the experience of studying overseas has helped expand his view of global business and cultures.
Boscaja's choice to attend college close to home gave her the opportunity to travel across the globe, making connections that will serve her well after graduation.
A class in cognitive psychology inspired Melissa DiPano to do research with two professors and aim for a Ph.D.
Honors mechanical engineering major Scott Penfield has traveled extensively on two continents besides North America – and hopes to add a fourth before long.
Honors nursing student Corrina Quaglietta studied abroad in San Sebastian, Spain, the summer after her freshman year. The experience turned her into a huge booster of study abroad.
Dana Ibrahim chose UMass Lowell for its peace and conflict studies program, which lets her combine classes across the social sciences and humanities to suit her goal: to become a diplomat and aid refugees.
James Joutras came to UMass Lowell to discover himself. His experiences instilled confidence – and took him to Japan, where he plans to work after graduation.
Nicholas Gates took advantage of every possible opportunity at UMass Lowell, including a semester abroad in Belfast that led to his decision to attend grad school in Denmark.