- Select a term for your study abroad (summer, fall, spring break) - find examples of program terms
- Select your major/field of interest from the drop-down box for “Majors Offered"
- Select a region or a country for your study abroad experience (optional)
- Once you click on a program, use the tabs to find out about academics, dates/deadlines/visas, costs/scholarships, housing/student life and next steps.
When you find your program, select “Apply Now” on the program page.
Once you start an application, the Office of Education Abroad will be notified. If you have not yet had an advising appointment, you will then be emailed to schedule a meeting with a study abroad advisor. See application deadlines.
If you would like to meet with a study abroad advisor before beginning your application, you can make an appointment via our Meet the Study Abroad Advisors page, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by stopping into the Center for International Affairs in Tomlinson Hall, Room 143.