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UCM Study Abroad 101

Study Abroad
Grant funding available to every student.

Faculty and Scholar Services

Faculty and Scholar Services

Sponsored Student Program

Sponsored Student Program

UCM English Language Institute

English Language Institute


Parents

Parents

Personal Skills and Growth

"After studying abroad, most students never view their education the same way again. They return home with a reinvigorated interest in academic pursuits and a renewed passion for learning. Studying abroad equips students with real-life, hands-on skills that no classroom can match" - A Parent Guide to Study Abroad

In an ever growing global community, students who have studied abroad become more attractive candidates for employers around the world. They have skills and character traits that give them a cutting edge. Students who study abroad gain:

  • Cross-cultural awareness; which is known to lead to success when working on a diverse team.
  • Ability to look at complex issues from many different perspectives and solve problems efficiently
  • Linguistic skills; creating more marketability and understanding
  • Adaptation; leading students to be able to navigate new and different experiences successfully

Besides gaining these skills, students who study abroad are more confident and independent. Study abroad gives students a chance to grow in a way that no other academic setting can provide.

Academics

Study abroad is a character-building, career enhancing, academic experience that is beneficial to all students in all majors. Studying abroad is more practical, affordable and simpler than ever before. The Study Abroad program at UCM supports and guides our students to have the best experience possible. We make sure that courses taken abroad transfer back to students' desired majors and that expected graduation dates will not be delayed. Each student is assigned a Study Abroad Adviser who assists in finding the best fit program for their degree.

Finances

Studying abroad is more affordable now than ever. UCM students may use all financial aid, student loans, scholarships and grants to fund their study abroad excursion. Grant funding is available to every UCM student.

More Information

Parents are welcome to attend one of our Study Abroad 101 sessions, held three times a week every week. You can also visit our FAQs page. If you are interested in learning more on how you can support your student here at UCM with their study abroad experience, you can purchase A Parent Guide to Study Abroad for under $10.00. This quick and easy read gives detailed information on finances, funding, safety, support and transitioning back home.


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Application priority deadlines:

Summer 2018 programs: February 20th
Fall 2018 programs:February 20th

Spring 2019 programs: September 20th

 


Events

 

Study Abroad 101

Mondays: 4-5 p.m.

Wednesdays: 4-5 p.m.

Thursdays: 5-6 p.m.

The Center for Multiculturalism and Inclusivity Lounge. 3rd floor of the
Elliott Student Union.


Conversation Partner Hour

Thursdays 3:30-5:00 p.m.
TBD


TBA

"Stories from Abroad" Generation Study Abroad Recipient Presentation


TBA

International Student Farewell Party


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