Before You Go
1. Attend an Information Session
• Stop by to attend a 20 minute info session that will give you an overview of how study abroad works at Augsburg: planning, finances, scholarships, academics and more. They are held daily in Oyate commons in the lower level of Christensen. See below for a full schedule. Feel free to bring any specific questions with you.
• Online information sessions - COMING SOON!
2. Research Programs
We recommend Auggies start with the Quick Program Finder, to learn about the types of programs available, including the recommended Augsburg programs: Study Centers, Exchanges, and Short-Term.
Other research methods:
• Use the advanced search tool to find programs by locations, program styles, academics, + more!
• Make an appointment with a study abroad/away advisor: email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Discuss with Others
Talk with your faculty and staff advisors about how courses that are offered fit into your major and other requirements. Also consider talking with family members and mentors about your personal goals and finances,or other advisors you might work with (such as CLASS or TRiO advisors) about finding the program that best supports you. Contact us at email@example.com with questions!
4. Apply by the deadline
Applying online is easy—just click “Apply Now” on the programs’ online brochure and follow the checklist provided. There is no obligation or cost to start an application, so you’ve got nothing to lose! The checklist will prompt you how and when to complete all the steps of the application by the deadline.
|I want to go abroad...||Application Deadline|
|Spring Semester 2019||October 1, 2018|
|Spring Break 2019||November 1, 2018|
|Summer 2019, short-term program||January 31, 2019|
|Fall Semester 2019, Academic Year 2019/20, or affiliate summer program 2019||March 1, 2019|
Check out the pre-departure requirements on our Accepted Students information page. You’ll need to get your passport, attend mandatory pre-departure orientation, and start packing! You’re off!
Augsburg CGEE's Study Centers in Central America, Mexico, and Southern Africa offer a variety of courses, such as keystones and general education requirements, in a experiential style.
>> Auggies on these programs receive an automatic $1,500 CGEE Travel Grant (Fall and Spring)!
Augsburg’s exchange universities around the world offer semester study at a university abroad. Courses available for most majors, and take your courses in English or other languages!
>> Auggies on these programs receive an automatic $1,000 CGEE Travel Grant (Fall and Spring)!
Take a course with an Augsburg professor that includes a 1-3 week travel component in Winter, Spring, and Summer! Programs change each year, are offered in various locations around the world, and often satisfy gen ed and major/minor requirements.
Looking for something else? Global Affiliate programs offer a wide range of experiences in locations, program types, course options, and majors that our own study centers and exchanges don't offer.
Offices are closed on university holidays and schedule is subject to change.
Spring 2018 Schedule:
|10:40 AM||2:15 PM||10:40 AM||3:45 PM||1:45 PM|
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 9:00am – 12 noon and 1:00pm-4:30pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 11:30-1:30pm and 2:00-4:30pm
WEC/AU/Grad Advising: by phone or evenings by appointment
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to schedule a meeting.
Online Information Sessions coming soon!
|For advising about these programs....||Make an appointment with...|
|all short-term programs or Augsburg's own Global Site programs||Maren|
|all Global Affiliate semester/academic year programs, summer programs,
or if you are not sure which program to choose
|all Exchange Programs and Augsburg's Study Center programs||Margaret|
|general questions?||Peer Advisors|