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Study Abroad 101

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Welcome to Study Abroad 101
A few questions for you...
Have you ever traveled to another country?
Who can guess what this graphic is depicting?
Do you speak another language?
Do you think you're confident? Independent? Open-minded?
What is Study Abroad?
Spend time studying academically at an international location
Receive Drexel credit through Drexel sponsored programs
All majors are able to study abroad
*all photos taken by past Drexel study abroad students
Free Standing Programs
Group of students from Drexel or other American universities
Drexel credit & grades (GPA-bearing)
Smaller course offering
Pay a Drexel program fee (usually includes housing)
Become a student at a university abroad - take classes with local and international students
Drexel credit:
pass/fail
Select from a larger course catalog
No Drexel program fee
Exchange Programs

Intensive Courses Abroad
Short (1-3 weeks), faculty-led programs
Students earn 1-3 Drexel credits
Most are open to all majors
Pay a program fee
Different programs every term - check the website for the most up to date list!
Why Should I Study Abroad?
Future Employment
Studying Abroad is a great resume builder
Only 10% of American students study abroad!
Experience abroad provides interesting talking points in interviews and increases your marketability





Fact - Employers are looking for students who:
Are able to take initiative
Work with people from all over the world
Are resourceful and flexible
Going abroad is the best way to prove to employers that you embody those traits!
Personal Growth
Living Abroad can give you new perspective about yourself and your capabilities
Students often become more independent, flexible, confident, open minded, inspired and culturally competent
Going abroad will open your eyes to new people and cultures - maybe even a new language!
Academic Perspectives
Studying abroad allows you to learn your academic field from a whole new perspective
Meeting other people in your field will grow your personal, academic and professional network globally
Learning a new language can be easier through full immersion in the language and culture
"My advice is don’t be afraid of a challenge. If you want to be there, they’ll make sure you have a great experience. Plus, study abroad actually made me a better student!"
- Ha Pham, Chemical Engineering
HKUST, Hong Kong
Koc University, Turkey
"Why go abroad? Because it's the best thing you could ever do for yourself. The people you meet, the places you go, and the memories you make will stay with you for a lifetime."
- Rebecca Olsho, IAS
Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile
Winter Break in Guatemala
When Should I Study Abroad?
Typically, the best years to go are sophomore, pre-junior, or junior years
Fall and Summer have the most program options
Most exchange programs are fall
Most free standing are summer
Programs may require a co-op cycle change
Try to start planning early
Talk to your academic advisor!
Cost of Drexel-Sponsored Programs
Pay regular Drexel tuition
Keep all financial aid

Program fee for free-standing programs
Housing for exchange programs

Work study position available
Scholarship available
Programs by Area of Study
Media Arts and Design
Drexel in London (Summer)
Graphic Design; Sophomore year
Classes already approved by department
Some classes taught by Drexel faculty
Drexel in England: London College of Fashion
Summer only
Fashion, D&M majors
Drexel in Florence: Accademia Italiana (Fall)
Product Design must go junior year
ITAL 101 requirement
No program fee
CNHP
Drexel in London
Spring Term
Drexel in Costa Rica
Winter Term
No language pre-requisite
Volunteer at a local organization
Co-op option organized by program
Drexel in Czech Republic
: Summer in Prague
Drexel in Dublin + London
: Dual City Summer
Drexel in London + Amman
: Summer Studies in Peace and Conflict
Drexel in France*
: Summer in Montpellier
Drexel in Italy
: Summer in Rome
Drexel in Ireland
: Cork Summer Writing Workshops
Drexel in Paris + London
: Dual City Summer
All Areas - Summer
Click on the area of study to view programs
Drexel in Equatorial Guinea: Bioko Island
Biology and environmental science research
Hiking through the forest studying ecology
Available Fall and Winter terms
Do a research project with a field biologist
Biology and Environmental Science
IAS & Language
CIEE: Paris, France
CIEE: Rennes, France
CIEE: St. Petersburg, Russia
CIEE: Amman, Jordan
CIEE: Beijing, China

CIEE: Nanjing, China
CIEE: Shanghai, China
CIEE: Tokyo, Japan
EPA: Brussels
EPA: Madrid


Check the website for the most up-to-date list!
Global Engineering Education Exchange (GE3)
University partners all over the world
May have language requirements
Drexel in Turkey: Bogazici University
Biomedical Engineering and Applied Sciences only
Top Biomed university in Europe
Drexel in Denmark: Denmark Technical University
More advanced course work; best for Junior
Large course selection
Drexel in Hong Kong: HKUST
Beautiful campus right on Hong Kong's coast
Available Fall, Spring, and Summer terms
Drexel in Spain: UP Comillas
SPAN 203 requirement
In Madrid, the capital of Spain
COE, CCI & Biomed
All Areas - Open for All Majors - Fall, Winter, or Spring
Drexel in England
University of Leeds
University of Sheffield
University of Bristol
Drexel in Australia
University of Swinburne
University of Sydney
University of New South Wales
Drexel in Chile*
Pontificia Universidad Católica
Drexel in Ireland
National University of Ireland, Galway
University College Cork
Drexel in Turkey
Sabanci University
Koc University
Bilkent University
Drexel in Israel*
Ben Gurion University
Drexel in Scotland
Edinburgh Napier University
Drexel in Wales
Cardiff University
Drexel in Hong Kong
University of Hong Kong
City University of Hong Kong
Drexel in Singapore
Nanyang Technological University
Drexel in Korea*
Seoul National University
Hanyang University
KAIST
Drexel in Germany*
University of Mannheim
Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS7)
* Language Requirement
Drexel in England: Aston Business School
Opening for all majors in 2016
Drexel in Hong Kong: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Available Fall, Spring, and Summer terms
Drexel in France: École Supérieure du Commerce Extérieur
FREN 103 requirement
Drexel in Spain: Universidad de Navarra
SPAN 103 requirement
Drexel in Spain: Universidad Nebrija
SPAN 103 requirement
Drexel in China: Shanghai Jiaotong University
CHIN 103 requirement

Programs for All Majors are also open to Business students
Business
Independent Study Abroad
If you don't see what you want, we can work with you for an independent program (not Drexel-sponsored)
Programs available in every corner of the world
Financial aid may NOT apply
Receive transfer credit, NOT Drexel credit
Ready to take the leap and dive in?
What are my next steps?
1. Review programs online
drexel.edu/studyabroad
2. Talk to your
academic advisor
about going abroad
3. Complete an advising questionnaire on our website
5. Schedule an appointment with a study abroad advisor
Let us know you completed the
Study Abroad 101 session
Application Process
After you meet with a study abroad advisor, complete the online application

Pre-approval Form
Essay
Two Recommendations
Drexel Faculty or Co-op Supervisor only

Application Fee
Self-Assessment

It's best to have a second choice!
Deadlines
Fall Programs: February 1
Drexel in London Fall: April 15
Bioko Island Fall: May 1
Summer Programs: Priority January 15, regular March 1
Drexel in London – Graphic Design: January 15
Winter Programs: September 1
Drexel in London: September 15
Spring Programs: September 1
Drexel in London: November 1
ICA deadlines vary by program – check the brochure online!

Questions?
Web:
http://www.drexel.edu/studyabroad
Email:
studyabroad@drexel.edu
Phone:
215-571-3558

Facebook:
http://facebook.com/drexelstudyabroad
Instagram:
@drexelstudyabroad
Youtube:
http://youtube.com/drexelstudyabroad
Pop quiz time!
What are the three types of study abroad programs?
What makes an exchange program unique?
What majors can study abroad?
Do you know where you want to go?
http://drexel.edu/studyabroad
studyabroad@drexel.edu

Past ICAs
FALL BREAK (BETWEEN SUMMER AND FALL TERMS)

Fall Break in Chile: Sites of Remembrance
Fall Break in Japan: Iki, Japanese Culture
Fall Break in Crete: Cretan Civilizations
Fall Break in Spain: Architecture & Interiors in Barcelona
Fall Break in Italy: Architecture & Interiors in Rome
Fall Break in the Netherlands: Leadership in Film

WINTER BREAK (BETWEEN FALL AND WINTER TERMS)

Winter Break in Brazil: Sao Paolo Music & Culture
Winter Break In Guatemala: Development in Action
Winter Break in Iceland: Green Energy Intensive
Winter Break in Cuba: Documentary Film Production
Winter Break in Argentina: Forensic Psychology
Winter Break: Lebow International Residency
SPRING BREAK (BETWEEN WINTER AND SPRING TERMS)

Spring Break in Germany & Czech Republic: Legacies of Nazi-era Policing
Spring Break in Dominican Republic: Culture, History, Community
Spring Break in Iceland: Global Youth Culture
Spring Break in Jamaica: The Economy of the Caribbean
Spring Break in India: Globalization and the Enviornment

SUMMER BREAK (BETWEEN SPRING AND SUMMER TERMS)

Summer Break in Scotland: Edinburgh Fringe
Summer Break in Haiti: Creative Writing Intensive
Summer Break in Greece: Cretan Civilizations
Summer Break in Cameroon: Biodiversity & Conservation
Summer Break in Italy: Believers, Infidels, Heretics in Rome & Venice
*check the website for the most up-to-date list!
Drexel in Ireland
Galway: Film/video
Drexel in Australia
Swinburne: D&M, Film/video
Drexel in Scotland
Edinburgh Napier: EAM
Remember to be safe! ->
"Among study abroad alumni, 90% land a job within 6 months and 97% found employement within 12 months of graduation"
- IES Abroad, 2014 Graduate Survey
Drexel in London
Available all terms
Most popular program at Drexel
Drexel in Rome*: American University of Rome
Available in the Fall
Large course offering
Special program for advanced Italian speakers
Drexel in Costa Rica*
Volunteer opportunities available; co-op option
Available all terms
Sustainability, Human Development focus




Drexel in Spain: Spanish Language & Culture
Available in Fall* or Summer
Taught by Universidad Nebrija faculty (in Madrid)
No program fee!
Free standing
Exchange
Drexel in Hong Kong
: Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology
Drexel in Korea
: Hanyang University
Drexel in Spain
: Language and Culture
Free-standing
Exchange
Drexel in Germany: Engineering Spring in Bochum
Open to Chemical and Mechanical Engineering majors only
Spring term of pre-junior year
No language pre-requisite, courses in English alongside local Ruhr students

Drexel in Spain: Engineering Winter in Madrid (SAPIENS)
Winter term of sophomore or pre-junior year
All courses taught in English; SPAN 101 pre-req
Exchange
Special Engineering Programs
Free standing/Exchange hybrid
Free-standing
Free-standing
Drexel in London
All terms
Drexel in Berlin + London
Summer term
Spend 3-4 weeks studying at the Berlin School of Economics and Law
Spent 5 weeks studying in London
Drexel in Singapore
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Summer term
Free-standing
Exchange
Free-standing
Exchange
Almost all exchange programs with language requirements are open to IAS majors and students minoring in a language.
Free-standing
Exchange
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