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What's next? How do I study abroad?

Information for NDSU Students (Not an NDSU student? Click here.)

  1. Attend a Study Abroad InfoSession 

    Every Monday - Thursday at 4pm throughout the academic year, students are invited to meet with the study abroad advisor to learn the basics of study abroad at NDSU. Study Abroad InfoSessions include information about NDSU's exchange partners and programs, registration, financial aid, traveling and any other questions you may have about studying abroad.

    This is not a class, nor do you have to register in order to attend. You only need to attend one session. Hope to see you there!

    Study Abroad InfoSession
    Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
    4:00 - 5:00 pm
    MU 116

  2. Determine your goals for your study abroad program. Read Choosing a Study Abroad Program. During this phase it's also recommended that you talk to your advisor as they can help you to determine coursework and the term to go abroad. 

  3. Search for study abroad programs by clicking Programs on the top left side of the study abroad website. There are many programs available, but which one is right for you?

  4. If you aren't certain which program to chose, set up an appointment with a study abroad advisor to talk over your options.

  5. Apply for your program!  Go to the information page for the program you've selected and click the "Apply Now" button to login and begin your application. Be sure to carefully follow the directions provided and complete all required application materials.

 

Notes:

  • Students who are applying to a program which cannot be found on our website can apply using the Non-NDSU Affiliated Program Application (for example, the American University in Cairo).
  • More information is also available if you are planning to student teach abroad.
  • Check out the resources available here for diversity-related areas of disability, gender, LGBTQA, multicultural, non-traditional students, and veteran questions and concerns.