BYU Museum Abroad is a digital archive of photos and documents that tell the story of BYU International Study Programs through generations. For more than fifty years, BYU programs have worked to make the world our campus. Learn about the earliest programs on each continent, see details about programs that you participated in, reconnect with life-changing professors, or even see the legendary London Centre at 27 Palace Court and other notable study locations.

Today on campus, the BYU Office of International Study Programs at the Kennedy Center continues to serve students by developing and implementing life-changing international academic experiences, based on the Aims of a BYU Education. These programs help raise global awareness and competency and equips students with international perspectives and tools to promote intellectual, physical, and spiritual well-being throughout the world. With more than 120 different programs from every college, students can choose from storied general education programs to major-specific ones, with a range of types including international internships, direct enrollment, field school, and study abroad.

We would like to hear from you and hope you are inspired as you browse and reflect on past transformative international educational experiences.  Please reach out if you have photos, scrapbooks, stories, or meaningful donations from your study abroad to share.

BYU Museum Abroad
237 HRCB
Provo UT 84602