Understandings of race and ethnicity vary by cultural context. Questions of perception, self, and community are magnified, challenged, and affirmed because of the differences in political, cultural, and social constructions of race and ethnicity. When you're exploring study abroad options, it’s important to begin to examine what it will be like to be "you"' abroad. The questions below are not exhaustive, but can be used as a starting point for thinking about your experiences abroad.
See Finances and Funding for information on Hampshire funding and external funding for study abroad. Specific study abroad programs can also have identity-based scholarships, like SIT Study Abroad and IFSA. Sample options include: