Students must apply through the online application site (TBD). Once approved, students studying through Exchange and Affiliate/Direct Enroll Programs will need to complete the Host University/Program application provided by the USCA Office of International Programs.
During preliminary advising and the application process we recommend that students meet with their Faculty Academic Advisor to discuss course needs while abroad, and their Financial Aid Advisor to understand funding availability or limitations for study abroad.
How to Apply
It's never too early to start planning for study abroad. Consider academic and personal goals, check out program options, review eligibility requirements, research funding opportunities and take note of important deadlines.
Step 1: Complete study abroad 101
Step 2: Explore program options
Step 3: Consider finances
Step 4: Start program specific application
Step 5: Discuss plans with academic advisors
Step 6: Review deadlines and complete online application
Choosing a Program
Students can study abroad for varying lengths of time. Some programs are designed for groups, while other programs may be a more independent experience. During the program search, it is important to consider academics, personal goals, program cost, & attitudes towards diverse populations.
Questions to Ask Yourself
Academic and Professional
What is the cost of living in the host country? Remember to consider program cost and resources for funding study abroad when making a program selection.
- Level of Support
Are you interested in a more guided or independent experience? Consider the various types of programs based on your preferences.
Ready to Apply?