Choosing your destination
Are you ready to choose your overseas destination? If so, visit the Apply Now page for upcoming deadlines. If you're still undecided you can use different criteria for comparing our programs, including Faculty-in-Residence, Language Background, and Internship Opportunities. You can also speak with our advisors—we are here to help.
Students are encouraged to attend drop-in advising hours on Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
Schedule An Appointment With A Bing Overseas Studies Program Advisor
If you are unable to attend during this time please schedule an appointment to meet with a Program Advisor.
Stephanie Falch - Madrid, Oxford, Santiago
Yosefa Gilon - Faculty-Initiated & Non-Stanford Programs, Seminars
Morgan Kapinos - Faculty-Initiated Programs, Seminars
Ashley Landwehr - Berlin, Kyoto, KCJS, Paris
David Malacki - Australia, Cape Town, Florence, Hong Kong
Meet With A Bing Overseas Studies Program Student Ambassador
Are you curious about what goes on during a day in the life of a student studying abroad, or just about what it's like to spend 10 weeks away from the Stanford campus? Speak with a BOSP student ambassador!
Before speaking with us
- Read through the Overseas Studies website to learn about the academic opportunities and the unique personality of each program. Think about what you would like to get out of your time abroad, and see which program fits those goals. You can also view a comparison chart of all BOSP programs.
- Review the additional resources below. You may discover that there is a “best-fit” program that you hadn’t even considered before! Select your program by:
Gateways to the World Courses
The Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages (DLCL) offer coures appropriate to introducing students to a new culture and location and are a great way to get to know the region before you go abroad. The list of courses offered as part of this initiative range from cultural, historical and political components of the region, and greatly enhance a students experience both before, during and after the program. Additional consideration during the application process for these programs are given to students taking these courses.