A semester abroad is often the most affordable and most efficient time in your life to be abroad. Your financial aid is applied toward your tuition as you make regular progress toward graduation.
Taking courses that may not be available on Bethany’s campus and spending 12-16 weeks abroad gives you time to gain an understanding of and appreciation for the culture and people. Internship and volunteer options may also accompany coursework. Also, discover the advantages of Bethany’s exchange program with China.
Kathy Bruss, our study abroad coordinator, is available to help you throughout this process.
Ruth Wels Ruth studied in Florence, Italy, at the Santa Reparata International School of Art. Read more.