It’s never too early to start planning for your study abroad experience. Start by asking yourself some questions:
What areas of study do you want to pursue?
Are you flexible about when you can study abroad?
Have you considered alternate program options so you are prepared if you are not accepted into your first choice program?
Make sure you have also considered the following:
Have you met with your academic advisor to discuss how the program fits into your plan?
- Program Spectrum
What kind of Study Abroad experience do you want to have?
What are the housing arrangements for your programs of interest?
- Financial Considerations
How are you funding your Study Abroad experience?
- Academic Accommodations & Additional Support
Does your program have the services and support you need to be successful during your time abroad?
- Health & Safety
Are you prepared for a healthy and safe trip abroad?
One last thing, do you have your passport? For more information on how and when to apply or renew your passport, please read our passport information.
It’s never too early to Talk To Us so we can help you find a program and guide you through the planning process.
If you’re ready to apply, take a look at the Application Process and Admissions Timeline