blog posts My Study Abroad in Four Minutes or Less Feb 9, 2018 2:30 pm by Caitlyn JohnsonAdvice/Resources Images “Applying to study abroad through My Study Abroad was a very direct process and everyone at the IAGE office really helped me through it all.”– Roberto Estrada Lobo, Universidad de Deusto – Bilbao Delete Edit embedded media in the Files Tab and re-insert as needed. align image leftalign image centeralign image right Some students know they want to study abroad, but are unsure where to start looking for program information. Others don’t know if studying abroad is for them and want to explore their options. Either way, visiting the My Study Abroad program search is one of the best places to start. If you have no idea where you want to study, that’s okay! Click the “List All” tab to see every program we offer (indicated by “IAGE”) as well as programs offered by specific colleges (indicated by “ACES”, “LAS”, etc.). Whereas college programs are sometimes restricted to students in those specific colleges, IAGE programs are open to all majors. This is a good tool to use if you want to view a list of all of our programs in one place. Delete Edit embedded media in the Files Tab and re-insert as needed. align image leftalign image centeralign image right If you want to narrow your search even more, try visiting the “Advanced Search” tab. Here you can narrow your search by categories ranging from college sponsor or academic area to language requirement. You can even search by whether or not that program offers an internship. This is a helpful tool to use if you are looking for a program with specific features. Check it out to see what other categories you can sort the programs by. Delete Edit embedded media in the Files Tab and re-insert as needed. align image leftalign image centeralign image right After finding the program you’re interested in, you can find all kinds of information about that program on its brochure page. It includes everything from an overview of the academics at that institution to a budget sheet and accommodations so that you know what to expect from the program. The brochure page also lists the contact information for the appropriate coordinator to reach out to if you’re ready to take the next steps toward studying abroad on that program. Make sure that you also pay attention to the application deadlines at the bottom of the brochure page so that you don’t miss out on studying abroad. If you’re still unsure about which program is right for you after searching through My Study Abroad, stop by our resource center in 112 International Studies Building to talk with a student Program Assistant that has previously studied abroad. They can help you with topics from learning about different programs, to giving you advice from their own study abroad experiences.