My study abroad term not only allowed me to see new places, but to see faraway people and understand the way that they viewed the world. It gave me an opportunity to step into the shoes of others and walk around for a while. After seeing the world and understanding the way in which others live, I have a more diverse range of experiences that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.
Will McNamara ’16, Linebacker
60% of undergraduates choose to do a study abroad program.
Dartmouth is the top-ranked Ivy League institution and ninth overall among doctorate-granting institutions in the U.S. for study abroad participation, according to the Institute of International Education.
Dartmouth College leads the Ivy League with over 60 percent of undergraduates choosing to study abroad. With programming dating back over fifty years, and more than 25 formal exchange programs, Dartmouth’s off campus study program is among the nation’s best. Most recently, Big Green football players have traveled to destinations like Rome, Barcelona, Taiwan, Argentina and New Zealand to diversify their experiences and immerse themselves in foreign cultures.