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3/23/15 - Auburn Abroad Presentation

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Transcript of 3/23/15 - Auburn Abroad Presentation

Study Abroad Program Types
Auburn University Faculty-Led Programs
Auburn University Faculty Supervised Internships
Auburn University Exchange Programs
Other University/Provider Program/Direct Enroll
WHAT DO STUDENTS DO WHILE ABROAD?
Earn credits toward core curriculum and major requirements.
Conduct research in their field.
Participate in service-learning projects.
Gain first-hand work experience during internships.
Auburn University in China
Agronomy in China - 12 students
Business Internships in China - 40 students
Food Quality and Seafood Processing Technology - 6 students
Symphonic Band in China - 86 students
TYUST-BUCEA Engineering Program - 14 students
AU Faculty-Led Programs
Designed specifically for Auburn students
Take regular AU courses abroad with a professor and other AU students
May be in one location or traveling
AU Credit
AU Faculty Supervised Internships
Approved internships can result in AU Credit
Vary in length, time, geographic region, and subject area.
Opportunity to gain first-hand experience in your field prior to graduation
Higher level of independence and flexibility with international working conditions
AU Exchange Programs
Enroll in regular courses at Auburn's partner institutions
12 credit hours of your regular tuition
High level of independence and integration into host country
AU Credit for all courses taken
Affiliate Programs, Other Universities, or Direct Enroll
Expanded options throughout the world
Variety of terms, length, and subject areas
Transfer Credit for all courses taken
TRAVEL
For many more photos, go to our Facebook and Flickr pages!
WHERE CAN I GO FOR MORE INFORMATION?
www.auburn.edu/studyabroad
When can you go abroad?
How long can you be abroad?
Do you have to know a foreign language?
Anytime after your first year at Auburn
Anywhere from 1 week - 1 year
NO! Courses are offered in English and host language
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
How much does it cost?
The cost of study abroad will be determined by the following factors:

Which city will you be living in?
How long will you be there?
Are there services or excursions built into the program?

Generally speaking, study abroad should be comparable to costs for a regular term at Auburn University.

You are not "double charged" program fees on top of AU tuition for the study abroad term.

Depending on your program selection, you may be paying more or less than your current fees.
PROGRAM FEE
Tuition
Housing
Services
Excursions
STEM Majors studying abroad
COSAM Programs
Field Biology and Ecology Program in Africa
Panama Study Abroad - Climate Change and Environmental Management

Healthcare Programs
Global Perspectives in Healthcare and Society in Seville, Spain
Nursing Program in Ecuador
Public Health Nursing Program in Malawi
Health Administration Internships

Engineering Programs
Exchange Program at NCKU in Taiwan
Exchange Program at University of Western Australia
Exchange Program at Reutlingen University in Germany
International Logistics in Valparaiso, Chile
TYUST and BUCEA Engineering Program in China
Engineers Without Borders (Non-Credit)
STEM Majors have participated on many different Non-Auburn programs too!
STEM Majors studying abroad
Veterinary Medicine
Tropical Australia
Vet Med Program in Chile
Practice Experiences Abroad

Pharmacy
Exchange Programs in Thailand
Practice Experiences Abroad
Agriculture
Agronomy in China
Aquaculture in Vietnam
Horticulture Studies in England
Equine Science in Ireland
Study tours in China, Italy, Spain and many others (Non-Credit)
STEM Majors have participated on many different Non-Auburn programs too!
So...... How do I choose a program?
Courses
Cost
Location
Timing
Level of Support
Accommodations
Extracurricular Opportunities
Personal Goals
What matters most?
STEM Majors studying abroad
STEM Majors have participated in programs that incorporate other course subjects, internships, and volunteer experiences all around the world!
WHO HAS STUDIED ABROAD?
2014-2015 Auburn Study Abroad Participants
1010 on study abroad programs
95 on non-credit programs

Since 2010:
78% increase for Engineering
51% increase for COSAM
50% increase for Human Sciences

Equal amounts of
In-State / Out-of-State

Generally more
women than men
Business – 356
Liberal Arts – 158
CADC – 125
Human Sciences – 109
Engineering – 102
COSAM – 71
Education –57
Nursing – 35
Agriculture – 29
Pharmacy – 23
Interdisciplinary – 18
Forestry & Wildlife – 11
Veterinary Med – 11
FINANCIAL RESOURCES
AU Support:

Auburn Abroad Money Matters
www.auburn.edu/studyabroad/money

Financial Aid Office: 203 Mary Martin Hall
www.auburn.edu/finaid

Office of University Scholarships: 115 Quad Center
www.auburn.edu/scholarship

Auburn National Prestigious Scholarship Program
Dr. Paul Harris, paul.harris@auburn.edu

Program specific scholarships

PACT Funding

FAFSA – www.fafsa.ed.gov

Gilman Scholarship (must be Pell Grant Recipient)

Freeman Asia: covers abroad locations in ASIA

External funding sources: Freeman Asia, Boren, Fulbright, Affiliate Program Scholarships
Where can I look for funding options?
When should I start looking for funding?
www.auburn.edu/studyabroad/money
Fall 2016
Study Abroad Fair
13 September 2016
Haley Center Lobby
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

WHERE CAN I GO FOR MORE INFORMATION?
Study Abroad Info Series
Fall 2015
WHERE CAN I GO FOR MORE INFORMATION?
Orientation Sessions
Thursdays at 3:00 pm
Fridays at 11:00 am
242 Foy Hall
WHAT'S NEW WITH AUBURN ABROAD?
2015 Auburn Abroad Photo Contest
New programs will be offered in Summer 2016!
WHY STUDY ABROAD?
Earn academic credit.

Gain a new perspective in your studies or first-hand knowledge in your field.

Develop international understanding.

Increase adaptability.

Encourage entrepreneurship.

Build skills sought by employers.

Gain an advantage in the job or advanced academic markets.

Travel to exciting destinations.

. . . and many, many more reasons!
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