Study Abroad in Spring 2021 Semester
We recognize that study abroad plans have been suspended by COVID 19 and resulting travel restrictions. The following policy has been developed to assist students in decision-making and understanding how and when travel for study may become possible. In the meantime, all Bard students are encouraged to seek out and participate in virtual meetings and activities with peers from the Open Society University Network (OSUN), Bard Globalization and International Affairs (BGIA) program, and Bard’s additional international partners.
Bard Abroad stands together with the Bard Center for Civic Engagement in asserting that Black Lives Matter
Bard Abroad & Social Distancing
In line with social distancing protocols, our office and programs went remote over the past couple of weeks. While the locations of our students may have changed, our commitment to international education has not. To continue international experiences while practicing social distance, the Bard Abroad team has compiled some of our favorite books, movies, and shows as well as virtual city & museum tours and performances from around the world. These virtual experiences have been gathered onto two Google Maps, one internationally focused and another US focused.
Throughout the semester we will continue updating the maps with new finds as well as suggestions from you all! And remember, we may be "alone" but we are alone together.
Bard in the World
Bard College offers numerous opportunities to engage with students and faculty from all over the world, both on the main campus in Annandale and through exchanges with our global partners.