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Undergraduate Study Abroad

Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor

Study Abroad Advisors are available to help you navigate the study abroad process from start to finish.

Before scheduling a meeting with an advisor, students should take the following steps:

  • Review the study abroad website and familiarize yourself with the application process.
  • Consider when and where you want to study abroad – you don’t need to know exactly, but give it some thought.
  • Reflect on your goals as they pertain to study abroad - what are you hoping to gain from the experience? How does that align with what you're hoping to do after Brown?
  • Attend any relevant study abroad information sessions.
  • Meet with a peer advisor during their office hours to discuss general study abroad questions and to your explore options.

Advisors

  • Malik Blue (he/him/his)

    Senior Associate Dean for Study Abroad

    Advising Responsibilities:

    • South America, Central America, and the Caribbean 
    • Spain 
    • Gilman Scholarship Program for regions within portfolio

    Book an appointment with Malik.

  • Lynn Cavicchi

    Senior Study Abroad Advisor

    Advising Responsibilities:

    • General advising for all areas/regions, especially for students who are unsure of where they would like to study
    • France, Germany, Italy (Brown in Bologna), Russia
    • Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Multi-Country
    • Gilman Scholarship Program for regions within portfolio

    Please email for an advising appointment.

  • Kelly Sachleben

    Study Abroad Advisor

    Advising Responsibilities:

    • Australia, New Zealand/Oceania, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and English-language programs in Europe (including the Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland)
    • Gilman Scholarship Program for regions within portfolio

    Please email to schedule an advising appointment.