The SCU Study Abroad application process is a two-step process; students complete both an SCU Application to study abroad which is submitted to SCU Study Abroad and also a program specific application which you submit directly to the program provider. The application process is competitive, with only 30 students per Study Abroad program being selected. Read about eligibility and the complete application process.
STEP 1: Apply to SCU Study Abroad
Application Links & Deadlines
Washington, DC Fall Semester 2018 and Spring Semester 2019
Deadline: December 15, 2017
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STEP 2: Confirm Your Nomination & Apply to Your Specific Program
SCU CONFIRMATION TO STUDY ABROAD
Nominated applicants are required to return their signed Confirmation and Waiver in order to confirm their nomination in SCU Study Abroad. Failure to submit the signed Confirmation and Waiver by the deadline will result in nominated applicants not continuing with SCU Study Abroad. Applicants should review the information about the Two-Step Application Process.
If your program specific application requires that you submit an official transcript, it is your responsibility to obtain the transcript and send it to your study abroad program provider. You need to request your official transcript from the SCU Office of the Registrar.
Home School Authorization/Participation Form
All the program partners require students to get the approval of their home university. Many partners have this form online, usually, SCU Study Abroad can log into the program provider portal to give their approval electronically. if asked for a staff member of SCU Study Abroad, list Sara Branley (email@example.com). Some partners have paper forms (IES, SFS, Syracuse, Antioch, etc.) Please fill in the top-half (or student information part), and leave with our Front Desk Global Student Assistant. Check with your program partner to see what they require. If you have questions about this form, please contact us.
STEP 3: Begin Preparing for Study Abroad
Declare an International Minor
Consider complementing your major with an International Minor. You can choose between International Studies or International Business.
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