Mount Holyoke students may choose to study abroad with one of the College’s own programs and exchanges, or on one of the more than 100 other programs and universities that we approve for credit transfer. What's the difference?
- For our own programs, Mount Holyoke works directly with a local partner university or program to arrange courses, orientation, housing, and other student support on-site.
- For the exchanges, students enroll directly into the host university, which coordinates all advising, orientation, and housing.
- Other programs (including affiliated programs) have been evaluated and approved on the basis of their academic content and its suitability for credit transfer to Mount Holyoke; Mount Holyoke is not responsible for coordinating or administering any of these programs.