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The program is open to undergraduate students attending Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory at Berklee (music students), and Berklee Online (degree students) as well as students from select partner schools, including Emerson College, Tecnológico de Monterrey, and the College of Music at Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
To be eligible for study abroad, all students must:
Berklee College of Music students must complete Ear Training 2 (ET-112), Harmony 2 (HR-112), Introduction to College Writing (LENG-111), and Introduction to Music Technology (MTEC-111), if applicable to your program, before going abroad.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee students must meet the Conservatory's study abroad requirements.
Berklee Online students must meet Berklee Online's study abroad requirements.
All other students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and meet the above-listed requirements as well as the study abroad requirements of their home school.
*Admission to the program may be revoked if a student becomes ineligible due to academic or disciplinary standing before the start of the program. Students in this situation will be responsible for any non-refundable fees related to the program.
** All students must have a passport that is valid for at least six months after their program end date. It is recommended to have a passport at least four months before the program begins in order to apply for a visa to study in Spain. Read more about passports and visas.
The best time to go abroad varies by major. You may refer to the major grids and department websites for advice about each major.
Students are encouraged to apply one year in advance. For many students, that means applying during your first or second semester.
Spots are available for fall. Apply now!
Apply by July 1, 2023.
There are two components to the study abroad application. Your application will be reviewed once both components have been received.
Submit your application questionnaire online. It only takes a few minutes!
The academic review from your chair or advisor is an important component of your study abroad application. Please be prepared to discuss the study abroad courses you wish to take, and any details relevant to your academic plan. This information will help your chair or advisor provide the best guidance for your semester or year abroad.
Follow the instructions below to request your academic review.
If you have declared your major, contact your major chair to request your academic review. *Performance majors, please contact Karen Bell (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Professional Performance Division.
If you have not declared your major, schedule an appointment with your success advisor to request your academic review.
Chairs/Advisors: Please submit the Study Abroad Academic Review Form.
You do not need to submit an academic review. You will be contacted by your chair or advisor if more information is needed.
You will receive an email within 7-10 business days with additional information regarding whether your coursework has been approved. If you are having difficulties selecting appropriate coursework, please email email@example.com.
Advisors: Please submit the Study Abroad Academic Review Form.
Decision notifications begin in January. Students will receive a decision by email. Some applicants may be contacted for an in-person interview.
Attend an information session at the Boston campus to learn more about studying in Valencia. We'll share details about student life, housing, courses, tuition and fees, and more.
Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m. (Eastern Time) during the fall and spring semesters.
Dates and times may vary. Check our events page to see upcoming sessions.