In addition to speaking with your Academic Advisor about how study abroad fits into your degree plan, be sure to meet with a Study Abroad Advisor to discuss they ways study abroad can help you meet your academic, personal, and professional goals. You should also consult with your family, the Office of Financial Aid, and the Student Accounts Office to discuss program costs and payment options.
- There is a rolling admissions process and most programs fill before the application deadline.
- Student conduct records are reviewed as part of the study abroad application process. Students must be in good disciplinary standing in order to study abroad. However, students with minor disciplinary infractions may be conditionally accepted.
- Accepted students who withdraw their participation after signing the Statement of Understanding Form will be required to pay a $1,500 fee even in cases where they are denied a visa or do not complete the visa or passport application on time.
- Waitlisted students will receive an email offer of a spot on the program in the case of a cancellation and 48 hours to reply in order to claim their place in the program.
STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE A PASSPORT THREE MONTHS PRIOR TO THE DEPARTURE DATE WILL BE DROPPED FROM THE PROGRAM. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A VALID PASSPORT YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY APPLY FOR ONE AS IT MAY TAKE OVER 12 WEEKS TO PROCESS YOUR APPLICATION.
Visit the Department of State website for information on applying for or renewing your passport
- Passports must be valid for six months after the program end date.
- A Lawful Permanent Resident card (Green Card) is not sufficient for international travel.
- If required by the host country, students are responsible for applying for a visa.
- Students must contact the country’s Embassy or local consulate with questions regarding the visa application process.
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