Cathy Lee Arcuino
Applying for Study Abroad can be the most exciting... and most frustrating thing you do! Sometimes it takes a while to put the puzzle pieces together, but every time it's worth it. Stay organized, and read on to find out who to make your study abroad experience come true.
For Individual study abroad, the deadline is March 1st for summer and fall programs, and October 1st for spring programs.
Faculty leaders set their own deadlines for their programs, so talk to them directly. They also determine whether or not they have the flexibility to admit students late.
You will apply through the Studio Abroad application software, and also to the hosting organization.
Faculty collect applications for their programs, so talk to them directly.
Reminders! Please include your parents and/or close family in this process. If they have questions, they can contact the Study Abroad Coordinator to set up a meeting or talk over the phone.
You will follow the same steps as if you had chosen an affiliate program. However, you will not find your program in StudioAbroad, so your first step will be to make an appointment with the study abroad coordinator, who will add your program to Studio Abroad. You will hand in a Petition to Participate in a Non-Suggested Program that explains why you have chosen a particular program, the details of the program (sponsor, time, academic standard, health and safety concerns, etc), and other information the Study Abroad Committee requires in order to have confidence the program is a good program. The Study Abroad Committee will review the petition and application.
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