Office of International Programs

Sophomore Mid-Year Transfer Program

The Office of International Programs (OIP) is pleased to welcome you to Brown University. As a sophomore transfer student who has been admitted to Brown with a Spring 2017 start date , you have the opportunity to spend the fall semester studying at one of three partner institutions in the Spain or the United Kingdom, enabling you to add an international edge to your studies and earn additional transfer credit from Brown.


The Mid-Year Transfer Program, designed specifically for incoming sophomores, is a unique opportunity for incoming transfer students who would like to engage in international study in Granada, Spain; or in Edinburgh, Scotland, or London, England, in the UK. Students who are looking to continue their studies in an international setting spend the fall semester studying abroad before arriving at Brown for the spring semester.

Students are eligible to apply to programs with three partner institutions – University of Granada, University of Edinburgh, or Queen Mary, University of London – and select from various programs of study, ranging from distinct studies in intensive Spanish language in Granada to general studies in the humanities, social sciences,  and sciences at Edinburgh and Queen Mary. As a result of the semester abroad through OIP, students who have participated in the Mid-Year Transfer Program arrive in Providence with an international edge, are eligible to receive additional academic transfer credit, and are well prepared to translate this international experience into a successful start to their studies at Brown.

Transfer Credit

The total number of credits students may transfer to Brown prior to their arrival in January, including study abroad credits in the fall, may not exceed 15 Brown course units.

Application deadline: June 6, 2016

Grant Opportunities

Our grant database offers a wide range of funding opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and researcher in different fields of work.

Search Grants

Social Media