Dates & Events

Even the most exciting, life-changing adventures start with...that’s right, paperwork. Be sure you begin your application at least two weeks before the below deadlines. All application components must be submitted by the deadline.


Suffolk Applicants

Semester Program Category Deadline – Click to apply
Summer or Fall Madrid April 1
Summer or Fall Non-Madrid March 15
Spring Madrid November 1
Spring Non-Madrid October 15

Non-Suffolk Madrid Applicants

Semester Program Category Deadline – Click to apply
Summer or Fall Madrid April 1
Spring Madrid November 1

Exchange & Visiting Applicants

Semester Program Category Deadline – Click to apply
Fall Boston April 15
Spring Boston October 1

Study Abroad Events

In order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, and to make sure we all stay safe and healthy, all study abroad advising and events will be offered online for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester. Check out our full schedule of events and workshops below.

Spring 2020

Study Abroad Information Sessions

Before you can meet with a study abroad advisor and begin an application, you’ll need to join us for a Study Abroad Information Session. Come learn about the world of international opportunities Suffolk offers you.

  • When: Every Thursday at 12:30 p.m., join via Zoom.

Can’t make it? No problem. Schedule a “General Study Abroad” advising appointment online through Navigate, by calling 617-573-8034, or by emailing us.

Study Abroad Pre-Departure Orientation

Required for all students planning to study abroad during the summer or fall of 2020, this know-before-you-go orientation will provide you with the information and tools you’ll need to have a safe and successful semester abroad.

  • When: TBD – Stay tuned for more information!

Returnee Roundtables

Did you have to return early from your semester abroad? Let’s talk about it. Join us for one of these informal roundtable discussions where we’ll hear you out, answer your questions, talk about additional global opportunities you might like to take advantage of, and discuss how you can still leverage your shorter-than-expected international experience for a brighter professional future.

  • When: Tuesday, April 7 at 12:30 p.m., join via Zoom.
  • When: Tuesday, April 14 at 12:30 p.m. via Zoom.

International Graduate School Workshop

Whether you’ve already had a global experience or not, pursuing a graduate degree abroad is a great way to expand your mind, bolster your resume, and improve your job prospects. It can also save you valuable time and money. Come learn about how to select a program, apply, and even finance an international graduate degree.

  • When: Tuesday, April 21 at 12:30 p.m., join via Zoom.

Global Fellowships and Scholarships Workshop

Interested in teaching English abroad and getting paid to do it? Maybe a funded international research opportunity is more your style. Prestigious international fellowships and scholarships facilitate these and many other opportunities for academically strong, globetrotting students. They also serve as building-block experiences for global careers. Come learn about the wide variety of programs available and find the right one for you! 

  • When: Thursday, April 23 at 12:30 p.m, join via Zoom.