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Before Getting an Application
Submit an inquiry either online or at the front desk of the Study Abroad Office
Set up a meeting with the Study Abroad Graduate Assistant
Information will be sent to you via e-mail about the countries you are interested in
Research the places you are interested in!
Start your academic planning
Select a site that offers your area of academic study-THIS IS IMPORTANT TO YOUR EXPERIENCE
Check with your academic advisor and look over your degree audit for what courses you are able to take abroad
Use your advisor to help you weigh different options for courses abroad
Make an appointment with the Study Abroad Coordinator by calling 660.562.1367 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. At this meeting you will receive:
- Application for Northwest
- Application for the University/Program abroad
Submit your application to the Study Abroad Office
THE STUDY ABROAD OFFICE DOES NOT ACCEPT LATE APPLICATIONS!
- Deadlines are as follows:
ISEP: January 28
All other programs: March 10
ISEP: August 28
All other programs: October 1
Obtain a Passport
Apply for a passport as soon as possible due to long processing time
Research Visa requirements
Every country has a different application process and requirements for visa applications. Some countries might request a criminal background record
It is your responsibility to obtain information and apply for the visa
The Study Abroad Office will mail the visa application for you at no additional expense