Contact Us

For more information about these programs, contact Darren Gallant, Study Abroad Advisor or another Study Abroad staff member at 781-736-3483.

Program Contacts

Arcadia/ London Midyear
Anna West
215-572-2901

CET/ Florence Midyear
Jennifer DeKnight
202-349-7355

Washington Mentorship Program
Elizabeth Slupski
202-895-4936

Student Profile

Heather Gitler '17 got her college academics started while in London. Learn more about her experience here.

Heather Gitler

Past Participant Feedback

"The friends I made were wonderful and they came back to Brandeis with me, which is great!"


"Classes required site visits, which was a wonderful way to interact and learn about the city. The internship was also a great experience as it taught me many valuable and important life lessons."
- Washington Mentorship Participant

FAQs

Have questions? Feel free to contact us or review our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Midyear Programs FAQs


Students at Buckingham Palace in England

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Q. Are the fall Midyear programs run by Brandeis University?
A. Coursework on the fall Midyear programs has been evaluated by the Office of Study Abroad and has been approved to transfer to credit to Brandeis University. Students must receive a grade of C- or better for the course to transfer. These programs are partners with Brandeis University and Brandeis has sent members of the Junior class on programs run by these partners for many years.
Q. Since I'm taking a writing course that counts as a UWS class for Brandeis, do I still complete the online writing assessment?
A. Yes, all incoming Brandeis first-years are required to take the online writing assessment before they arrive at Brandeis. You will also sign up for a UWS course for the spring semester. During course registration in the fall you will be able to remove this course.
Q. Is there financial aid available for to help offset the costs of these programs?
A. Each program offers a limited amount of scholarship that you may be eligible for. For more information, please refer to the external program advising staff.
Q. I'm an incoming international student, can I participate in these programs?
A. At this moment, incoming international students are eligible to participate in the programs in London, UK and Florence, Italy. Due to sponsoring issues the Washington Mentorship Program in Washington, D.C. is not able to accept international students.
Q. Can I take courses towards a major while on this program?
A. While the courses you take may count towards a major in the long run, it is recommended that first-years concentrate on completing General University Requirements. It will not be possible to know if a course counts towards a major until you've completed the course and arrived on campus. If you have more questions, please speak with an advisor in Study Abroad.