Internationalization

A William & Mary education is a global education.

Imagine creating your own documentary film in St. Petersburg, Russia. Or studying for a joint degree in St Andrews, Scotland. Or walking across campus to engage with visiting scholars, artists and public intellectuals. For many W&M students these aren't dreams – they're an integral part of the four-year undergraduate experience at William & Mary.

About half of all undergraduates study abroad in their W&M careers, a participation rate that ranks William & Mary as the top public university for 2014. From Goa to Galway, Singapore to Seville, Leiden to La Plata, our students are engaged in the world. In turn, international students (about 8 percent of our total student body) infuse our campus with their global perspectives. Visiting Fulbright Scholars and other distinguished visitors add international depth and breadth throughout the curriculum.

William & Mary offers students a variety of resources for international endeavors coordinated by the Reves Center for International Studies. A few include: