Admitted students experienced Birmingham-Southern at the Select 'Southern event held on March 1-2, 2015.
Study abroad is available for students in all majors. You can click on your major to find study abroad programs that meet your academic goals. Each major page reflects the three program options available through BSC. The Sklenar Center staff and study abroad peer advisors will be happy to assist you.
Global and Comparative Studies
Media & Film Studies
Urban Environmental Studies
BSC Exchange programs
offer students the opportunity to study abroad at universities around the world for almost the same price they pay to BSC. Enrolling through one of our exchange universities is usually the most cost-effective way to study abroad because scholarships apply in the case of tuition/fees , and in some cases, housing and meal plan scholarships also apply. Pre-approved courses from our exchange universities can transfer back as credit toward the major, minor, and electives at BSC.
BSC Direct programs
offer wonderful overseas opportunities for students to study abroad at some of the world's top ranked universities. BSC Direct has a direct enrollment payment process, which involves students paying tuition, room, and board directly to the host institution. Students are eligible to use need-based financial aid, but not merit aid, to cover the cost of tuition. All BSC Direct university partners have offices specifically designed to assist students from North America. Students remain enrolled at BSC while abroad through these partnerships, and pre-approved courses transfer back as credit.
BSC Partner Programs
include third-party organizations that arrange and lead a variety of study abroad programs for college students. Each partner program offers different options and locations for study. Although these programs differ in destination, program design, and requirements, all offer course credit that is transferable to BSC, provided students receive pre-approval for the courses they take. Like BSC Direct, BSC Partners have a direct enrollment payment process. Students are eligible to use need-based financial aid, but not merit aid, to cover the cost of tuition.