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Study Abroad 101
Transcript of Study Abroad 101
Office of International Education, University of Denver
Student's Role in the Study Abroad
Ways to Go Abroad
Search and start researching DU Partner Programs
Apply for study abroad
Cherrington Global Scholars Initiative
90 credit hours (Junior/Senior standing)
Have completed at least two quarters of full-time enrollment at DU before studying abroad
Be in good academic and student conduct standing
Must be at least 18 years old
Have not participated in a prior study abroad program as a Cherrington Global Scholar
DU Partner Program Categories
Department-specific or OSP:
DU Courses Abroad
International Service Learning
For credit internships
Not-for-credit international opportunities
For-credit international opportunities
DU Partner Programs
Approved Unaffiliated Programs
Unaffiliated Programs by Petition
Access from the OIE website:
Interested in a Year Abroad?
- Going on an Exchange Program?
Required yearlong option
Growing partnerships and great opportunities
Limited number but smaller pool of applicants
- Petitioning for Yearlong or Back-to-back
Not always possible
Talk to your OIE advisor
Petition available in DU Passport
- AUPs or UPPs
DON'T MISS ANNOUNCEMENTS, DEADLINES, & STORIES FROM ABROAD!
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Your Study Abroad Journey
All applications for DU Partner Programs and AUPs
for Fall 2017 and AY2017-18!
Open your application here: www.du.edu/abroad
Find Regional Sessions Online here: www.du.edu/abroad
Researching / Resources - Returnees
Researching / Resources - OIE
Drop-in Hours offered weekly
English and Spanish Regional Sessions videos (highly recommended)
Financing Study Abroad video
Appointments with OIE Advisors (for program/region specific questions)
Academics: Course Approvals
We are open in December!!!
What do I need to know?
Office of International Education
2200 S. Josephine Street
Denver, CO 80210
Who Are We?
OIE = Office of International Education
DISCOVER THE WORLD
It begins here...
needs to be valid
after the end of
Host Country Government (visa)
Study Abroad Office (OIE)
Program Sponsor/ University Abroad
Understanding Eligibility Requirements
Minimum GPA requirement
Minimum language requirement
Required area of study
Cell phone information?
Bus/ metro passes?
Advice for housing?
January 6th, 2017 UPP
January 20th, 2017
Application process and deadlines
Types of programs and how to search them
What resources are available to me
Policies that apply to me
What kinds of classes do I want/need abroad?
What, if any are the health and safety concerns?
Do I have specific academic requirements?
Do I have accommodation needs of any kind?
What kind of support am I looking for in a program?
What kind of immersion am I looking for?
Specific goals that I want to achieve?
START YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!
Fact Sheet Reminder
DU Partner Program Supplement is waived (varies by program)
A stipend towards the cost of transportation to and from the study abroad host city
Credit for legally required visa application fees, residence permits, or permits to study, and foreign airport entry/exit fees not included in the travel fare.
How to contact?
Look up contact sheet by programs in your DU Passport
Ask your OIE advisor
Maximizing Study Abroad Through Curriculum
INTZ 2501: Exploring Global Citizenship
2 credit on-campus course
INTZ 2502: Global Citizenship in Practice
1 credit online course
Discover ideas about:
If you take classes at a university abroad with local students, you will experience the day-to-day life of a local student at that institution.
This means you will have to learn and navigate a new university system in a single term with less support.
Assistance with this process is available usually through the host university’s international office, however it is your responsibility to seek out the resources.
Many students feel that this higher level of autonomy helps develop confidence and self-advocacy skills.
Remember, be patient with yourself as this is part of the experience.
Question: Who will you take classes with?
If you take classes at an institution designed for study abroad students, you will likely be in class with mostly other American students, making it more challenging to get to know locals.
You might find there is a higher level of support because the institution’s purpose is to cater to study abroad students.
Even though the program might offer more support, it is still your responsibility to be a self-advocate.
: Some programs allow students to take a few courses at a local university and few at the study center. In this instance, you will find the program might have more support in some respects and less in others.