Off-campus study is an exciting and integral part of many students' Hamilton College experience. In 2008-09, 225 Hamilton students studied abroad for at least one semester. That's 43 percent of the junior class. For the last five years, between 35 and 45 percent of juniors have studied abroad each year.
Hamilton College has its own programs or participates in consortium programs in France, Spain, China, and India, as well as domestic programs in Washington, D.C., New York City, and Boston. Hamilton's highly regarded programs are distinguished for their thorough preparation and total immersion of students in the academic and cultural opportunities at each destination, as well the hands-on internship components of the domestic programs.
Learn more about Hamilton's opportunities to STUDY ABROAD
and study away!
Hamilton-Sponsored Study Abroad Programs
Hamilton-Sponsored Off-Campus Study in the U.S.
- the Program in New York City allows students living in Manhattan to take an integrated course of study from a resident Hamilton professor that includes a seminar, a topics and issues course based on the expertise of the professor, an independent research project, and an internship in a globally focused firm or organization
- the Program in Washington, D.C. has been active for over three decades and provides students the opportunity to combine rigorous academic preparation with practical experience in the federal government. Recent students have served internships in many different House and Senate offices and in a variety of executive agencies, including the Departments of State and Energy
- the New England Center for Children Cooperative Learning Program near Boston, MA offers students interested in applied psychology and the education of children with special needs a semester's academic credit for study and practical work with children with autism
Hamilton-Affiliated Study Abroad Programs
Hamilton-Affiliated Off-Campus Programs in the U.S.