Education Abroad & Domestic Programs is committed to providing Emerson students with opportunities to explore their academic goals and expand their cultural knowledge in international settings and global environments. The experience of living in a new country can alter how you view yourself, the world and your own country. In addition to Emerson-sponsored external programs in Los Angeles, The Netherlands, Prague, Spain, Beijing and Shanghai, Austria, Greece, France, Ireland, Mexico and Washington, D.C., students can enroll for a semester of study through non-affiliated universities and other study abroad programs. Depending on your academic and professional goals, we will support you in finding a program suited to your needs.

Please phone our office at 617-824-8567 to set up an education abroad advising appointment. Note that approval of coursework for transfer, particularly within the major, is not automatic. Students must first submit specific information and receive course approval from the Registrar’s Office before enrolling at another institution to study abroad.

Emerson College students don't just call Boston home. Find the Emerson experience in over a dozen cities in the U.S. and internationally.

Scholarship & Aid Opportunities

We have a number of options available to students for finding financial aid to assist with attending our programs.

Our Programs

Berklee Valencia

Emerson College has partnered with Berklee College of Music to offer Emerson students the opportunity to study at Berklee’s international campus in Valencia, Spain.

Emerson College, D.C. Program

The Emerson College, D.C. Program offers students of any major the opportunity to spend a fall semester in the nation’s capital, focusing on the issues, processes, and decisions surrounding government, social advocacy groups, nonprofit organizations, and more.

Global Pathways Programs

With Global Pathway Programs, you can utilize the summer and intersession to earn course credits, gain a global perspective and apply your classroom learning to a real-world context.