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Accepted Students

Current Deadlines Posted: Fall 2017 Semester & Exchange Programs; Short-Term Programs (Spring 2017 - traveling in May & Summer 2017)

Welcome, Global Travelers! 

Preparing to travel and study abroad is a great time to begin developing key skills and competencies that will carry with you not only during your time abroad, but throughout your career. While the Office of Global Studies will be here to help guide you through the process, we encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity and feel ownership over each required pre-departure step.

Need some assistance? Here are some great resources to help provide the information you need to move forward in securing study abroad arrangements:

  • Our Worldwide Wednesday weekly newsletters – stay current on deadlines and announcements, fun quizzes, and useful tips for your time studying abroad! 
  • The Accepted Students Site below outlines the steps you will need to take in order to prepare to study abroad. Read the information carefully – some of the steps will require more time and preparation than others. 

It may seem like a lot, but follow our advice and you'll be ready to go in no time! If you have any questions or concerns throughout the process, we’re here to help. Feel free to contact the Office of Global Studies! 


Program Key:
*Some steps of the Accepted Students Site are different depending on your Global Studies program. Keep an eye out for requirements that are for All Programs, or for your specific type of program.

Semester Programs
Refers to the following Fall 2017 semester programs:

  • Discover Italy: Rome
  • Discover France: Paris
  • Discover France: Biology and Chemistry Program
    • The Discover France: Biology and Chemistry program confirmed to run for Fall 2017! (updated: April 6, 2017)
  • Discover Spain: Psychology
    • The Discover Spain: Psychology program has been postponed to Fall 2018 (updated: April 6, 2017) 
  • Discover the World: Europe
  • Discover the World: History
    • The Discover the World: History program has been postponed to Fall 2018 (updated: April 6, 2017) 
  • Note: Semester Programs does not include the Exchange Program. Exchange Program participants will receive additional detail pre-departure steps and requirements after acceptance into the Exchange Program.

Short-Term Programs

Refers to the following study abroad programs traveling in Spring, Summer and Fall 2017:

  • Global Passport Program (Spring 2017 program)
  • Ethics in a Global Perspective (Johannesburg & Cape Town, South Africa) (Spring 2017 program)
  • Italian Hospitality: Boot-Camp Style (Rome & Perugia, Italy) (Spring 2017 program)
  • Modern Greek and International Management: Modern Greek Level I students only (Athens, Greece) (Spring 2017 program)
  • All Summer Pre-Session, Summer Session I, and Summer Session II 2017 programs
    • The following Pre-Session and Summer Session I programs are confirmed to run: ​Antigua, Guatemala: Global Fieldwork in Communications & Speech Disorders; Paris, France: French Language Program or International Internship; and Rome, Italy: Italian Language Program or International Internship
    • Please note: the Summer Session II programs are not yet confirmed to run, you will receive an email from OGS once minimum enrollment is met (no later than one week after the confirmation deadline). Encourage your friends to confirm!
  • Discover Italy: Pharmacy Sixth Year Program (Fall 2017 program)
    • The Discover Italy: Pharmacy Sixth Year program Rotation 2 is confirmed to run (updated April 6, 2017) 
    • The Discover Italy: Pharmacy Sixth Year program Rotations 1, 3 and 4 have been cancelled. OGS encourages you to speak with the Pharmacy department to see if you can switch to Rotation 2.

Winter 2018 Short-Term Programs & Spring 2018 Semester Program Deadlines: Will be posted in September 2017