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International Student and
Study Abroad Services

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Faculty and Advisors

Thank you for your interest in promoting internationalization at NDSU by not only offering your support to students who study abroad, but also by your interest in creating a faculty-led program. Please see the following informational resources:

Study Abroad Tips for Academic Advisors

Here are some helpful tips for academic advisors who are working with study abroad students: Tips for Academic Advisors.pdf.

Sign up to Help with the NDSU Student Miles Program

NDSU employees can help support study abroad students each time you fly by using the NDSU Student Miles Program. Make your travel earn rewards which directly benefit students as they embark on their global adventure. Participating in this program does not impact earing your own rewards in any way. 

Visit the Miles Page to participate! 

Proposing a Faculty-led Program

We look forward to discussing your plans and ideas and assisting you with your program development along the way. If you are proposing a program for the first time, please contact Tanya Kramer to set up a time to discuss your plans and address any preliminary questions that you may have.

Please complete the Fac-Led Proposal.docx if you are planning to lead a program during the 2014/15 academic year.

Preliminary Draft Proposals for the 2014/15 academic year are due June 1, 2014. The draft should be emailed to and have completed information in the following sections: General Program Information, Marketing Information, and Student Information. 

The Final, Signed Proposal is due July 1, 2014, as we will be printing individual program brochures and updating the website, financial aid, and application information throughout the summer.

As you are planning your program, you will find the
Faculty-Led Handbook to be very helpful, but please do not hesitate to contact Tanya Kramer with questions.

Thank you for your dedication to expanding international education opportunities for our students!