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How to Apply

Thinking About Studying Abroad?
Here are your first steps...
Before beginning the application process, students should consult with their academic advisor, and the faculty advisor for the specific international program in which they wish to participate. 
Review the different programs of interest and come to your advising meeting prepared with your top 3 location-choices. Review our 7 Things to Consider When Selecting a Study Abroad Location document for some good questions to consider.
Have a valid passport! Students can apply to study abroad without a passport, but you are unable to travel to your host-country without one. Therefore, applicants should be cognizant of obtaining a passport in time. To learn more about applying for a US passport, see article linked here. Passports must also be valid 6-months after your expected return date. So current passport-holders should check their passport's expiration date to ensure it is still valid.
Please submit your application by the deadline below. Please expect to hear back from the GEO office regarding your application between 7-10 business days after the deadline. How to Submit an application on this site
The link to start a new application can be found on your top program's page. You will be applying to your top-choice program, although the application itself will ask for your second and third choice locations. 
Please go your top-choice's program page by clicking the PROGRAMS link in the black menu at the top of your screen. You can either view a list of all of our programs, or search for a particular program. 



Deadlines
 Spring 2021 and Fall 21 PRIORITY: Friday, September 25, 2020 by 4:00pm EST