Now that you've received your acceptance e-mail from the Office of Global Education you can't wait to hop on that plane! However, your departure is still awhile away, so what do you need to do between now and then? This page is just for you - to help you stay organized, understand the requirements, and take the necessary steps to prepare for one of the most exciting experiences of your life!
Wednesday, April 3, 2013: Deadline to submit Pre-Departure Paperwork, unless otherwise indicated on your individual program's Pre-Departure Paperwork Checklist
Friday, April 26, 2013: Pre-Departure Orientation in Stayer, Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) at 4pm.
Pre-departure paperwork is to be completed ONLY by students who have already been accepted by the Office of Global Education to study abroad. All students studying abroad MUST complete all of the pre-departure items listed on their program's Pre-Departure Paperwork Checklist. Click on the following link to be directed to the Pre-Departure Paperwork website:
The purpose of this handbook is to help you prepare yourself for your study abroad experience. Within your handbook, you will find information that can facilitate your understanding of what you can expect while studying abroad. Most handbooks contain general information for all students going abroad, host country information, as well as host university program details. Click the following link to be directed to the Study Abroad Handbook webpage:
This orientation is CRUCIAL to prepare you for going abroad and is required for all students who have been accepted to MU study abroad programs. (All students accepted to Non-MU study abroad programs are strongly encouraged to attend; however, it is not a mandatory event.) Read your handbook carefully and prepare a list of questions for the Pre-Departure Orientation. It is recommended to share your handbook with your guests coming with you to orientation. Before orientation, you must print your handbook, located on the following website:
Your handbook is your "ticket" into the orientation; you are required to bring it with you.