International Economics is a major focus of our research and teaching, and we encourage our students to study abroad to gain a better understanding of the topics we cover at Dartmouth.
Undergraduate Student Exchange Program
Bocconi University: Milan, Italy
When Dartmouth students spend a term at Bocconi University, they improve their understanding of the topics taught in Dartmouth Economics and benefit from the experience of a small, urban university in a country with a social and economic system much different from their own.
Dartmouth students become fully affiliated members of Bocconi University with complete access to libraries, lectures, seminars and other facilities. Similarly, Bocconi students coming to Dartmouth will experience an environment much different from their own institution and will have complete access to Dartmouth facilities. Both institutions benefit from the exchange’s cross-fertilization process.
Oxford Student Exchange Program
Oxford University: Oxford, United Kingdom
Each fall, winter, and spring, a maximum of four Dartmouth students can attend Keble College of Oxford University in an exchange that primarily serves Government and Economics majors. As fully-integrated members of the Oxford community, students take pre-approved courses in the British tutorial system that count toward their major. The experience offers Dartmouth students the opportunity to live in Oxford dorms and to have complete access to libraries, sports, facilities, and lectures.