From Monrovia to Mumbai to Managua, funded mentored summer projects enrich your path at Mount Holyoke — and your career prospects. Take advantage of the McCulloch Center’s broad, carefully cultivated global network of internship and research opportunities in 20+ countries across the globe.
Studying abroad offers some of the most profound experiences of your life. You’ll gain new perspectives, knowledge and skills to navigate and succeed in today's interconnected world. Choose from more than 150 programs in 50 countries.
From arrival to graduation, we connect international students with the support and resources they need to thrive and become active engaged members of the Mount Holyoke community.
At Mount Holyoke College, we prepare students to contribute to positive change in today’s global environment. Our Global Challenges conferences, Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholars-in-Residence, and many courses analyze real-world problems and solutions.
Attend the Global Challenges Conference 2018!
Global-Local Inequalities: Social Change for Sustainable Communities
Change makers from around the world discuss strategies for reducing inequalities.
February 16 & 17
(Keynote address with Ashoka president Dr. Diana Wells is open to the public)
Apply to the MHC Summer Program in Beijing, China (June 2 - July 29, 2018. Immerse yourself in Chinese language study, explore China and earn 8 credits. Deadline: Friday, February 2, 2018.
Seniors, apply for the Global Competence Award. Elevate your achievements in language learning, cultural immersion, global perspective-taking, and cross-cultural learning. Apply by March 1, 2018.
Interested in an internship for summer 2018? Apply to the International Internship program by February 19. All IIP opportunities are funded under Lynk/UAF; the deadline for Step 1 is February 17.
The McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives empowers students to thrive in the diverse and interconnected world of the 21st century. We create and foster educational programming to cultivate knowledgeable leaders and responsible citizens of the global community. The exceptional international diversity of our community offers a powerful context for building global competence.