Studying abroad requires a level of cultural competence and personal awareness that the information here begins to describe, along with details of required pre-departure orientation(s) and even packing tips can be found below.
While abroad students will need to maintain their awareness of academic differences (grade and credit conversions, teaching styles and expectations, etc.), their health and safety (insurance information, how to contact CWRU, etc.), and the culture and logistics (money and banking, communication, converters and adaptors, etc.) of their host country.
Navigating your return to CWRU after studying abroad can feel overwhelming. Learn about requirements and considerations for students returning from studying abroad.