Learn about study abroad possibilities, advising resources, deadlines, costs, and how to navigate our website. These informal, drop-in sessions are designed to be your first step in the study abroad process. Some sessons serve as a general introduction to Study Abroad, while others focus on individual programs or regions of the world.
Attend the Fall Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, January 31, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM in the Rome Ballroom.
The Study Abroad Fair is the most important information session of the semester. All the advising staff and representatives from many international programs will be there to answer your questions.
Pick a Study Abroad Program That Best Meets Your Needs:
1. Search the Study Abroad Website. You can search by term, by country or city, by academic field, by language, and by type of program.
2. Begin to narrow your options by focusing on the programs that best meet your interests and major.
3. Talk to a study abroad ambassadors. Student ambassadors are returned students who have volunteered to mentor interested students about their study abroad programs. They are a great source of information about academics, living, and traveling in their host countries.
4. Make an appointment with your Academic Advisor. Discuss an academic plan integrating study abroad with your graduation timeline.
5. Make an appointment with a study abroad advisor. Make an appointment online or email an advisor to discuss your study abroad interests and needs. Advisors will be able to discuss particulars about each program, including academics, costs, and how to get your foreign coursework accredited.
6. Create your own study abroad homepage by applying to a specific program. Click on the "apply now" button in the program brochure. If you have questions about the application process contact UConn Study Abroad.
University of Connecticut Study Abroad
We are located in room 117 in the Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE) building.
Office hours: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday - Friday email@example.com