Tag: office of international programs
A panel of international students, moderated by Dr. Erik Owens, discussed COVID-19 and other global issues in an event hosted by the OIP.
The Office of International Programs announced that all study abroad programs for the spring 2021 semester have been cancelled, while the university shared its schedule for the upcoming semester with ...
With the pandemic raging on and no final decision on spring study abroad from BC's OIP, many juniors are juggling two uncertain futures.
Events throughout the week discuss how to better respond to global environmental injustices which particularly impact marginalized communities.
As of 5 p.m. Tuesday evening, the chain had a whopping 229 responses, all from students expressing varying degrees of frustration or glee.
Deciding which semester to leap outside the BC bubble and study abroad is often contentious, since many factors first have to be considered.
For students who want to study abroad but face financial barriers, scholarships for summer, semester, and year-long abroad programs are a viable option.
While studying abroad gives students the chance to immerse themselves in another culture, some programs seem to take the BC bubble along with them.