A Study Chemistry Abroad Program may be appealing if you are interested in combining travel and exploration with an educational experience where you may earn credits towards your major or minor. Studying chemistry abroad means taking classes in a foreign learning institution, getting to know the local culture and people, and usually, fitting in excursions to further your own discovery process.

Why Consider a Study Chemistry Abroad Program?

At any stage of academics, developing a sense of international community, rounding out your science education with some culture, and possibly learning a new language, are all potentially valuable when it comes down to a resume and to your own growth. Chemistry Study Abroad Programs are available in many countries, depending on whether you are hoping for an immersive foreign language or not. Browse sponsored listings to study chemistry in England, France, Germany or China.

FUN FACT: Undergraduate chemistry majors are generally required to take courses in analytical, organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Laboratory experience, either at a college or university, or through internships, fellowships, or work–study programs in industry, is also useful[i].

  • Asaf Harofe Medical Center

  • AIMST University

  • Abbey College in Malvern

  • Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS)

  • ISA (International Studies Abroad)

  • Athena Study Abroad

  • College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS)

  • ELI-Experiential Learning International

  • Fairfield University

  • Technion-Israel Institute Of Technology

  • SIT Study Abroad

  • Luria

  • Lancaster University

  • Rochester Institute of Technology

  • Florida State University

  • KU Leuven

  • Emory University

  • Georgia State University

  • International Sustainable Development Studies Institute

  • Global Education and Career Development Abroad

  • KAIST (KAIST Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

  • InnovNation - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • IES Abroad

  • Gstaad International School

  • Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology