Good to know
Beginning with the Class of 2019, all W&M students will have some sort of global or cross-cultural experience as part of their COLL 300 requirement. Not everyone will fulfill COLL 300 abroad. Campus COLL 300 courses and some domestic study away courses also provide this experience.
- Reves Center Supports W&M's international community and organizes international travel for faculty and students.
- Global Education Office Coordinates study abroad programs for W&M students.
Study Abroad Programs (programs outside the U.S.)
- St Andrews University Joint Degree Program Participating students complete two years at W&M and two at St Andrews University in Scotland.
- W&M Summer Programs Short-term study abroad programs administered by the Global Education Office (GEO) in the Reves Center. Courses are taught by W&M faculty and/or faculty from partner institutions, and credits and grades earned are posted on the William & Mary transcript.
- W&M Semester/Year Programs You can study at an international university for a semester or a year through sponsored programs or tuition-exchange programs.
- Non-W&M Study Abroad Options W&M students with special interests or needs may opt for an independent study abroad program, either through another university or a third-party study abroad provider.
Study Away (U.S. programs)
- Study Away Program The Charles Center supports student research and project based learning in courses that have significant off-campus (domestic or international) components.
- W&M in Washington, D.C. Program The Washington Center supports courses and internship experiences that take place in Washington, D.C.
- Domestic Study Away Request Form [pdf] Use this form if you wish to enroll for a U.S. based program (for example: Smithsonian Semester) as part of your W&M degree.
- Permission to Transfer Credit from Another Institution [pdf] Complete this form at the end of the semester before you wish to take the courses.
- Internships for Academic Credit Form [pdf] Internships must contain both a hands-on and academic component, and be supervised by a professor.