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First Steps to Study Abroad
Transcript of First Steps to Study Abroad
When can I study abroad?
As early as the summer after Freshman year
Best time to study abroad depends on your academic major
If planned right, you can study abroad up to 3 times
Start planning early!
What types of programs are available?
Semester vs Summer
Faculty Led programs
Tuition vs Exchange programs
ISU vs Affiliate programs
Internships and Service Learning
Where Do I start?
Office of International Studies & Programs
225 Fell Hall
What is important to you?
Classes- Gen Eds or Major/Minor Courses?
Location-Country or Region?
Budget - Comparable to ISU?
Duration- Summer, Semester, or Year?
Once you pick one aspect that is most important, this will help narrow down the number of programs to choose from.
Consider your options.
Duration, Location, Price, Courses
Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor to discuss your specific needs
Complete the Pre-Departure phase
Pre-Departure Orientation Program
Let's get started
To study abroad in.... Your application is due....
First Steps to Studying Abroad
When is the best time?
What types of programs?
Where to start?
Finding a program
Looking for classes
Reading a budget
Researching Scholarship Opportunities
How to Apply?
Who is eligible to Study Abroad?
Be a current full-time student
Completion of 24 credit hours at ISU or other college/university prior to program departure
Must have a cumulative GPA of a 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
Fall Study Abroad Fair
When: Wednesday, October 12th from 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Where: Prairie Room, Bone Student Center