The Cronin Office of International Education proudly highlights the international education achievements of the Bentley University community. A lifetime of international learning begins with global ambition and the resources to actualize it. We are pleased to showcase these outcomes and the students who achieved them.
International Education Award
This prestigious award recognizes exemplary achievement in study abroad and global learning. Nominees have achieved significant personal, academic, or professional growth through study abroad, integrated their international experience with their academic curriculum and/or their co-curricular involvement on campus, and demonstrated significant global citizenship.
London School of Economics and Political Science, Academic Year 2019 - 2020
NASC 3900 Earth Systems and Sustainability in Iceland, May Intensive 2019
Major in Management, LSM in Earth, Environment & Global Sustainability
CIEE in Seville, Spring 2019
MLSP 205 Spanish Immersion in Peru, May Intensive 2018
Major in Marketing, Minor in Spanish for Business
Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spring 2018
MLSP 205 Spanish Immersion in Peru, May Intensive 2017
Santander Universities Study Abroad Scholarship, May Intensive 2017
LSM in Global Perspectives, Minor in Spanish
IES in Milan, Fall 2016
Major in Marketing, LSM in Earth, Environment, and Global Sustainability
We proudly recognize the following students who distinguished themselves amongst competitive scholarship applications.
The Julius E. Babbitt Study Abroad Scholarship was set up in memory of Julius E. Babbitt, a 1991 Bentley alumnus who passed away. Several of Babbitt's classmates created the fund in his honor to support Bentley students in their international education endeavors.
Natalia Moulding '24, CEA in Rome, Academic Year 2022 - 2023
Anyfern Gonzalez '23, University of Navarra, Academic Year 2021 - 2022
Divine Onyeoziri '22, CIEE in Seoul, Fall 2021
Kevin Troncoso '23, University College Dublin, Fall 2021
The Earle and Sloan Travel Fellowship assists one Bentley student with financial need to participate in a short-term, GBE or Faculty-led International Course each year.
Jeffrey Francis '22, GBE 790 Decision Making in a Cultural Context, Spring Bk. 2022
Sarah Bouamra '25, NASC 3900 From Shore to Sea: Understanding Caribbean Ecosystems & their Services, May 2022
Yaciana Taveras Olmos '21, IDCC 3900 Forward Fashion, Omni Retail and the Luxury Consumer - Made in Italy, Spring Break 2019
Ke Xin Chen '18, NASE 318 Global Health Challenges in a Changing World, Spring Break 2018
Howard Goode '19, GBE 790 Business in South Africa, May 2018
Jackson Le '21, NASE 318 Global Health Challenges in a Changing World, Spring Break 2017
Vera Dragilyova '17, GBE 790 Business in South Africa, May 2017
Hector Jimenez-Guerrero '17, SL 3900 Latin American History/International Service Learning in Ecuador, May 2016
Olyvia Leahy '16, NASC 130 Fire and Ice: Principles of Geology in Iceland, May 2015
The Global Social Responsibility Fund assists Bentley students with financial need to participate in a short-term, GBE or Faculty-led International Course each year.
Marjorie Leonard-Jeremie '22, GBE 790 Business in South Africa, May 2022
Joulien Martinelli '22, GBE 790 Business in South Africa, May 2022
Benjamin Gavrilov '21, NASE 318 Global Health Challenges in a Changing World, January 2019
Monique Miller '21, HI 3900 Dominican Republic: Past, Present, Future, Spring Break 2018
Eliza Brooks '17, NASE 318 Global Health Challenges in a Changing World, Spring Break, 2017
Adam Rekkbie '18, NASE 318 Global Health Challenges in a Changing World, Spring Break 2017
The Herbert J. and Susan P. Maletz Study Abroad Scholarship assists Bentley students with financial need to participate in a short-term GBE or Faculty-led International Course. This generous gift by the Maletz family provides one scholarship of up to $5000 to help a student achieve their goal of traveling abroad for the first time.
Anabel Liriano '25, GLS 270 Contemporary Europe, May 2022
Tiary Gonzalez '25, GLS 270 Contemporary Europe, May 2022
The International Citizens Group Study Abroad Scholarship is exclusively available for Bentley students who participate in a faculty-led international course or GBE. The scholarship is provided by the generosity of Cronin family and the International Citizens Group. Joe Cronin, Sr. was a champion of internationalization, doubling the number of international students enrolled during his tenure. Bentley’s Office of International Education is named in his honor. The International Citizens Group is a specialized international health insurance agency offering world class insurance plans to those living and traveling around the world. Joe Cronin, Jr. is a BC High, Georgetown University, and Bentley University graduate who lives in Hingham, MA with his wife and three children. He ranks his Bentley led study abroad trip to Japan as one of his most powerful educational experiences.
Emilie Wong '24, NASC 3900 From Shore to Sea: Understanding Caribbean Ecosystems & their Services, May 2022
Emma Taylor '22, MG 3900 Career Challenges: Gender and Culture, January 2020
Reginald Fils '21, IDCC 3900 Forward Fashion, Omni Retail and the Luxury Consumer - Made in Italy, Spring Break 2019
Jennifer Huntress '20, MLSP 205 Spanish Immersion in Peru, Spring Break 2018