Go Global!

Honors Students study abroad!  When will you study abroad? Here’s how to start:

Marlon Altoe Paris 2013

Marlon Altoe, a year in Paris

1. Think

  • Speak with your Honors advisor about Study Abroad.
  • Begin planning as soon as possible!
  • Come to an Honors student panel to hear about their experiences and advice.

2. Explore


Sharon Yao Zheng, Japan

3. Apply

  • Apply to the Program and the Baruch study abroad office to coordinate the transfer of credits
  • Apply for funding through the Study Abroad and Honors offices.

Tiffany Zeng, semester in France

4. Prepare

  • Attend any sessions from your program

5. Enjoy

  • Delve into your classes. It’s a new educational system for you to contemplate
  • Be adventurous; explore the cities where you are studying
  • Send your Honors advisors pictures and updates!  Can we share your pictures of blog posts on our web page?

Vanessa Castenier, semester in Spain

6. Reflect

  • Share! with friends, classmates and advisors (we especially like pictures)
  • Speak with your Honors advisor about your experience

Make a Poster of Your Experience to Share with the Honors Community for the Honors Study Room and Lounge

  • Choose a PPT slide theme
    • Template is 8.5 x 14; choose your slide orientation
    • Include
      • Name
      • Term studied away
      • Program attended
    • Add images and text
  • Send the slide to Baruch.Honors@baruch.cuny.edu

See Honors students’ stories and pictures:


Tiffany Zeng, Lyon, France

Vanessa_CastanierVanessa Castanier, Spain

Sharon_Yao_ZhengSharon Yao Zheng, Japan

Marlon_AltoeMarlon Altoe, an (unexpected) year in France

niaNia Brown, China and Ghana, profiled in the Baruch Alumni Magazine

Daniel_Liong_TreviDaniel Liong, Italy

Guen_Park_GreatWallGuen Park, China Jamie MeiYee Lim sp 13 webpage2Jamie Mei Yee Lim

SEBASTIAN RESTREPO EARNS THE BENAJMIN A. GILMAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDY ABROAD Restrepo.Sebastian.GilmanSebastian Restrepo, a Provost Scholar undergraduate student at Baruch College, is one of more than 700 American undergraduate students from 341 colleges and universities across the United States who were selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. The scholarship is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Sebastian’s interests include science, technology and culture. He will study abroad in Thailand during the spring 2014 academic term. Gilman Scholars receive up to $5,000 to apply towards their study abroad program costs. The program aims to diversify the students who study abroad and the countries and regions where they go. Students receiving a federal Pell Grant from two- and four-year institutions who will be studying abroad or participating in an international internship for academic credit are eligible to apply. Scholarship recipients have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of other cultures, countries, languages, and economies — making them better prepared to assume leadership roles within government and the private sector.