The Education Abroad Office offers comprehensive advising services to help guide you through the discernment process and assist you in finding a program that suits your financial, personal, and academic goals. We also work with your academic advisor, the Office of the Registrar, and the Office of Student Financial Services to ensure you are on-track for your degree and are maintaining a full-time student status while abroad.
Plan Ahead: Inform your academic advisor of your plans to study abroad. She/he will assist you in determining the courses you need for your degree requirements and the best time for you to be off campus.
Arm Yourself with Information: This is YOUR experience! Get involved and do your research!
Internationalize Your Curriculum: Courses taken at SU with an international/global focus may help you with your selection of a study abroad program.
Keep an Open Mind: There are many programs out there but you will need to identify a couple programs work best for your academic and personal needs.
1. Attend an INFORMATION SESSION with Education Abroad (EA)
-This will cover program types, credit transfer and financial aid
-Offered 2-3 times per week
-Call (206) 296-2226 or stop by the office to schedule
2. Research program options
-Explore program options here
3. Complete the Education Abroad Planning Worksheet
- Be honest and thoughful
-Print the form here or bring the one you received in your info
4. Meet with an Education Abroad ADVISOR
-Once you have attended an info session, you are eligible to
meet 1:1 with an EA advisor
-Bring your Study Abroad Planning Worksheet and Program
-Receive assistance with program options exploration
5. Select a program that best suits your academic needs and personal interests
-Once you're ready to apply, click here for details