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March 15 for Fall Admission and October 15 for Spring Admission.
You should meet with your academic adviser as early as possible, and Carol Kelley prior to the deadline to discuss your plans.
The Study Away Office is located in the Campus Center, Room 318
This section provides important information for students who are planning to go away, students who are currently studying abroad, or students who have recently returned from an aboard experience.
The following sites provide some additional information about studying aboard. Use these sites to search for a desired study aboard program or simply find out more information about what is available and what it takes to go aboard.
Students who receive any assistance in addition to the Olin Tuition Scholarship must meet with the Financial Aid Manager prior to their semester away. A Consortium Agreement must be completed to ensure continued eligibility for funding that has already been awarded. The following sites provide additional information about scholarships, grants, and fellowships that you can use to fund your study away experience.
In light of the heightened concern about the Avian Flu, students abroad should regularly check this information provided by the Centers for Disease Control. Additionally, for some historical background and information that is more tailored to college students, see this page at Amherst College.
While travel to foreign countries is generally safe, it is important to recognize that certain risks will be present. Local customs and laws are not necessarily the same as in the United States, so prior to traveling abroad, be sure to fully research laws and potential safety risks for your destination(s).
The U.S. Department of State maintains a travel information website for Americans, including travel warnings. You should always consult the State Department website before traveling to any foreign country to obtain the latest travel updates, including during planned vacations while away.
Important State Department Website Links:
SAFETI Website (Safety Abroad First Educational Travel Information). The Center for Global Education hosts a government-sponsored website, which contains a wealth of resources on issues of health and safety for any student considering or participating in a study abroad program.
The Centers for Disease Control hosts this site, which can help you ensure that you have the necessary immunizations. The CDC website also lists any health risks present in your destination country.
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