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Gain a Worldly Perspective at UCM

Gain a WORLDLY PERSPECTIVE. Experience learning to a greater degree.

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UCM Study Abroad

Gain a Worldly Perspective

 

At UCM, it's easy to study abroad

  • Free, easy online application
  • A personal study abroad advisor provided
  • Earn UCM credit while enrolled in another country and stay on track to complete your degree in four years

 

Affordability

  • Every students receives an International Education Grant worth up to $1000
  • Dean's List students receive a Global Scholar Grant worth $500
  • Use financial aid loans, grants and scholarships for study abroad
  • Many study abroad programs are comparable to the cost of attendance at UCM

 

The Choice is Yours

Choose from:

Various time commitments:

  • Two weeks abroad
  • Two-six week summer programs
  • Semester abroad
  • Year-long abroad (academic year)

 

Requirements

  • Complete 24 credit hours of college credit
  • Maintain good academic standing
  • Stay off disciplinary probation

 

How to Apply

  • Attend a Study Abroad 101 session to learn about your options
  • Apply online to up to three programs
  • Meet with your study abroad advisor to make your final selection
  • Meet with your academic advisor for program specific guidance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Application priority deadlines:
Spring 2016 programs:  Sept. 20th
Summer 2016 programs: Feb. 20th
Fall 2016 programs: Feb. 20th

Events

 

Study Abroad 101

Mondays: 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Tuesdays: 5:00-6:00 p.m.

Thursdays: 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Wood 101


Sept. 3

Study Abroad Fair


Sept. 25

Study Abroad Welcome Home Reception


Sept. 30

Faculty-Led Study Abroad Fair


Oct. 31

Study Abroad Pre-Departure Orientation


Nov. 2-4

Visa Workshops


Nov. 16-20

International Education Week


Dec. 4

Exchange Student Farewell Party


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