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Application Process

Application Process

  

Application timelines


 

Fall Semester  |  Winter Session  |  Spring Semester  |  Summer 1st Session



Fall Semester 2016

 

Initial
Application

Rolling
Application

Application Opens

April 4, 2016

May 2, 2016

Application Closes

April 24, 2016

August 28, 2016

Placements Sent

April 29, 2016

Monthly Basis

August 29, 2016 (Final)

Confirm Placements
& Submit Materials

May 15, 2016

September 6, 2016 (Final)

Final Payment

September 30, 2016

September 30, 2016


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Winter Session 2017

 

Initial
Application

Rolling
Application

Application Opens

April 4, 2016

May 2, 2016

Application Closes

April 24, 2016

September 25, 2016

Placements Sent

April 29, 2016

Monthly Basis
September 28, 2016 (Final)

Confirm Placements
& Submit Materials

May 15, 2016

Monthly Basis
October 12, 2016 (Final)

Final Payment

October 12, 2016

October 12, 2016

 
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Spring Semester 2017

Check back for updated timeline.
 
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Summer 1st Session 2017

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Course Listings

 
 

CLICK HERE to access undergraduate course listing
for current academic year.

 

Please note when reviewing course listings:

  • Review course prerequisites and selection criteria prior to submitting an application.
  • International student (F1 or J1 visa holders) are advised to meet with an International Student Advisor to insure compliance with the US visa regulations.
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Application Requirements





The Elective Abroad application will include the following questions. We would encourage all applicants to spend some time to think about each of the topics and how the course experience will both support and further develop your personal interests and/or career aspirations.

PLEASE NOTE:  In some instances a faculty may request an additional question or in-person interviews -- details would be included in the course brochure page.
  1. Tell us what interests you about this course, including your interest the particular destination country. What activities have you been involved in at Babson, or elsewhere, that illustrate this (please include any leadership roles you currently hold or have held)?
  2. Briefly summarize any international travel experience you have (please note: previous travel experience is NOT a prerequisite for this course.)
  3. Briefly describe what the term "global citizenship" means to you. Include an explanation of what experience (if any) you have been exposed to as well as any interaction you have had with people from cultures other than your own.
  4. Please use this section to submit a personal statement of 500 words or less discussing why you wish to participate in this program and how it will fit in with your learning plan for Babson.
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