Discuss coursework and opportunities abroad and how they might meet requirements. Degree planning is crucial. Early planning and effective advising makes study abroad applicable to degree requirements and resolves course sequencing issues to help you graduate on time.
Discuss opportunities you might engage to further your career aspirations
Select a Program
If you meet the eligibility requirements of the program, and it is in advance of the deadline, for many programs there is no reason to apply to more than one program. Exchanges and instructor-led programs have a competetive application process for the limited number of spaces available on those programs. Check with the program contact about the application process and availability of spaces on the program.
Talk to Your Parents
It’s normal not to know what your parents will think of this study abroad idea, but since they’ll likely be paying at least part of the bill, it’s important to discuss it with them soon
The Talking to Your Parents section provides rationale, explanations, and information for you and your parents on why this is an important component of your college experience