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Dickinson has made the decision to move classes online for the rest of the semester. The campus is not open to visitors until further notice.

Additional Information.


Global Study and Engagement

Dickinson has been educating and inspiring global leaders since 1783.

Our approach infuses international experiences and learning into every corner of campus, and we extend those elements into our 18 Dickinson-run centers abroad.

Dickinson students represent 49 foreign countries and 14% of the student body is international. So it’s common to hear multiple languages spoken around campus, and there are a wealth of international clubs and organizations, all helping to infuse a global perspective into everything we do.


More than

50

study abroad options

including:

  • 17 Dickinson-run programs
  • 30+ partner programs,
  • Global Mosaics
  • summer offerings
  • and winter and spring break trips tied
    to semester-long courses

No. 5

in the nation

for long-term study abroad

(Open Doors Report, Institute of
International Education)

65%

of Dickinsonians

study abroad

(compared to 16% nationally)

including

56% of science majors and

60% of student-athletes


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Language Study

13 languages offered, including Latin, Russian, Greek and Hebrew.

Dickinson in Bologna

Dickinson Abroad

We offer 18 global programs in 15 countries, established and entirely maintained by Dickinson.

 


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Fulbright Leader

Dickinson is a top 10 Fulbright-producing liberal-arts college.

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International Honor

Recipient of NAFSA’s 2019 Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization. Dickinson is the only college to win the award twice!