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    With new programs offered around the world every year, where will you go?

Study Abroad with CCBC!

Study abroad programs are available for a wide range of destinations and academic interests.

CCBC offers short-term faculty-led study abroad programs in January, spring break, and late May. Most programs are six to ten days long. Students may connect study abroad to their course work or may participate without an associated course. Financial aid and competitive scholarships may be available for qualified CCBC students.

CCBC students, faculty, and staff, as well as students from other Maryland colleges and universities are eligible to apply. Limited seats may be available for guests and other non-CCBC participants.


Study Abroad Info Sessions
Have questions about study abroad? Come to an information session to learn more about programs and scholarship opportunities. We offer sessions every week. No appointment is necessary, so walk right in!

CCBC Catonsville | Hilton Center | Room 313
  • Every Wednesday, 12 - 1 p.m.
  • Every Thursday, 1 - 2 p.m.
Advising is also available by appointment »



Study Abroad Programs

Information and applications for CCBC's 2019 to early 2020 Study Abroad Programs are available below.

Upcoming programs:



Where have we been?

2017-2018 Study Abroad Programs (now closed to applicants).
  • Spain & Morocco: East Meets West (Late May 2018)
  • Vancouver: Comparative Drug Policy (Spring Break 2018)
  • Cuba: Culture, Society & Mortuary Traditions (Spring Break 2018)
  • Japan: Japanese Language & Culture in Tokyo (Late May 2017)
  • Poland: Human Anatomy (Late May 2017)
  • Cuba: Sociology & Women's Studies (Spring Break 2017)
  • Costa Rica: Service Learning for the Health Professions (January 2017)

Questions about CCBC Study Abroad?
Call: 443.840.4907
Email: StudyAbroad@ccbcmd.edu

Study Abroad Scholarships

Many federal and external organizations, as well as some programs themselves, offer competitive scholarships for study abroad.

Study abroad scholarship resources:


Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
Eligibility:
US Citizen; Pell Grant recipient
Program Types: 2 weeks or more
Award: Up to $5,000 (plus $3,000 extra for certain languages)

Critical Language Scholarship
Eligibility: US citizen; In at least the third semester of college study; to study Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Hindi, Korean, Turkish, and more
Program Types: Summer (most June-August)
Award: Fully funded intensive language and culture program (including flight).

Bridging Scholarships for Study in Japan
Eligibility: US citizen
Program Types: Semester or year in Japan
Award: Up to $2,500 (semester) or $4,000 (year)

Explore additional awards »

External Study Abroad Programs

You may considering exploring the study abroad websites of any colleges or universities that interest you for transfer (Towson, UMD, etc.).

Studying abroad through your future institution may ease credit transfer and may be especially worthwhile if you plan to study abroad for a semester or longer.

Other external study abroad providers:

Sponsor: USAC
Locations: Brazil, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Czech Rep., England, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Thailand
Topics: Many
Length: Summer or semester

Sponsor: CCIS
Locations: Many in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, Central America, South America, Oceania
Topics: Many
Length: Summer or semester

These options are popular among community colleges students.

Note: CCBC does not endorse and is not associated with any external programs or related websites. These links are provided for informational purposes only.

External Work or Volunteer Abroad Programs

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Note: CCBC does not endorse and is not associated with any external programs or related websites. These links are provided for informational purposes only.

Ready to study abroad?

Applicants: Review the policies and qualifications.

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