Steps for a Smooth Application Process
    

Applying to study abroad is a fairly easy process, but it does involve planning ahead and being organized.  The Office of International & Leadership Programs located in 1131 Martin Hall will assist you throughout the process.  All engineering students need to meet with an advisor in the Office of International & Leadership Programs if interested in studying abroad in any semester or year-long program.        
1.  Explore engineering abroad programs.
2. Review your 4-year plan and plan ahead for studying abroad.
3. Meet with an advisor in the Office of International & Leadership Programs located in 1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall.
4. Generate a list of possible course options you are interested in taking at the host institution.  Visit the ILP database and Transfer Credit Center website to see if courses have previously been approved.  Collect syllabi for courses you’re interested in taking and email ILP(link sends e-mail)
 to have the course reviewed for transfer credit.
5. Once you have found a good match, apply via MyEA(link is external)
 before the deadline (appx. October 1 for winter and spring programs and March 1 for summer and fall programs).  All deadlines are located on the MyEA website for the specific program.
6. Apply for scholarships (link is external)
through the Education Abroad office and possible outside scholarships.
7. Apply for a passport(link is external)
, and if accepted to the program you will often be required to apply for a student visa and/or residency permit(link is external)
.
8. Once accepted, follow the online checklist in MyEA specific to your program.   

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