Suffolk University provides opportunities for Suffolk University students and non-Suffolk students to study abroad.
Suffolk University students can study at our Madrid Campus or at one of the many other programs offered around the globe.
Non-Suffolk students from partner institutions can study at the Suffolk Boston or Madrid campus. Please see below for the appropriate application to suit your program needs.
Application for Suffolk Students
Application for Suffolk students wishing to study abroad.
Application for Non-Suffolk Students
Application for Non-Suffolk students wishing to study at the Suffolk Madrid Campus.
Application for Non-Suffolk students wishing to study at the Suffolk Boston Campus on exchange. Note that students wishing to come to the Boston campus must also complete the International Student Financial Statement form and provide all supporting documentation requested. Please see course selection worksheet and general information for completing the Suffolk Boston application.
If you have questions, please call 1-617-573-8072 or email email@example.com
Suffolk University Student Study Abroad Application Deadlines*
Fall Semester: April 1st
Spring Semester: October 15th
Summer Semester: March 15th
*Please note that some programs may have earlier deadline requirements. See your study abroad advisor for details.
Madrid Internship Program Deadlines
See website for details
Non Suffolk University Student Study Abroad Deadlines:
Non Suffolk Exchange and visiting International Students coming to Boston:
Fall Semester: March 15
Spring Semester: October 1
To apply to either program you can either file in person or mail your application to:
Office of Study Abroad Programs
8 Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108
A review of a student's academic background and University record is required as part of the Suffolk University Study Abroad admissions process. To be considered for admission to our programs, students should have, at the time of application, a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.50 on a 4.00 scale, however some programs may require a higher GPA. Meeting or exceeding the minimum cumulative GPA requirement, however, does not guarantee admission to a program. Admissions decisions are based on a full review of the file, including the academic recommendation, the personal statement, and academic and disciplinary records. Once admitted, students who are not in good standing or determined by the University not to be in compliance with any academic requirement or other rule, requirement or procedure of the University may be precluded from participation in a Suffolk Study Abroad Program. All admission decisions are final.