Welcome

Jessica de la Cuesta

Sunset with the Apostles

KK Durante

Sara Wallace

While studying abroad in Syria, my friends and I took a trip to Cairo to see the pyramids at Giza. Without a doubt, the camel...

Jessica de la Cuesta

Guatemala

Madeleine Haff

Annelise Hewitt

Number of people of Holland: 16.5 million Number of bikes in Holland: 19 million

Nat Hewett

Athens, Greece at Sunset

Nat Hewett

Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark

Sabine Chishty

Salamanca, Spain

Annelise Hewitt

Biking on a dyke in the north of Amsterdam

Evan Persson

A nice man in Nice

Emily Levy

from my Winter Study trip to Ghana
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Embarking on the Adventure of a Lifetime

Williams College encourages you to think about the option of study away as you begin the process of considering major fields and course requirements during your sophomore year.

Whether you’re thinking of spending a semester or a year abroad, there are a number of questions and concerns you’ll need to address. This website has been specifically designed to answer these questions (and some you haven’t thought of yet).

Study away not only provides you the chance to master another language, learn about another culture, and to engage in an internship or research away while earning credit toward the Williams degree, but it offers the possibility of profound personal change and real adventure.

Best wishes,

Laura McKeon
Associate Dean of International Education
Dean’s Office
Hopkins Hall
413-597-4262

Academic Year Walk-in Hours
  • Mondays 9:30am-11:30am
  • Tuesdays 1:00pm-2:30pm
  • Wednesdays  2:00pm-4:00pm
  • Thursdays 9:30am-11:30am

For Appointments 597-4262 or email karen.ryan@williams.edu