studying abroad

<p>how easy is it to study abroad as compared to other schools like yale? are there any opportunities for math majors, preferably in england?</p>

<p>very easy to study abroad as long as you make the initiative. no one is going to come up to you and ask you if you want to study abroad. you must research the programs (with the aid of the study abroad office who will help you with anything you need - they truly are very helpful). As far as England goes, i'm sure there is something for math majors. Math is pretty universal, so I dont doubt something in england - probably cambridge or oxford would be good places. if you have specific questions, i'd contact the study abroad office. hope this helps</p>

<p>A serious consideration is how amenable the department in which you're majoring is to students doing their junior and senior independent work while abroad. Some departments are much more open to this than others. I honestly don't know where the math department stands on study abroad.</p>

<p>thanks! do you know how i could find out, preferably before i apply?</p>

<p>I would start by contacting them. If you find out, post their answer on here...I'm interested in Princeton's study abroad program as well.</p>

<p>Here's a link to the dept.'s handout for prospective math majors:</p>

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<p>It's got the contact info for the dept.'s undergrad advisor and undergrad administrator. They ought to be able to give you a definitive answer.</p>