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Planning ahead for a successful study abroad experience is essential-ideally ONE year in advance. Students should attend a study abroad information session, meet with a Peer Advisor, work with a Study Abroad Advisor, and participate in Pre-Departure Orientation programs before studying abroad.

1) Schedule a meeting via email with a Study Abroad Peer Advisor. During this meeting we will discuss your initial interests and introduce you to all Edgewood study abroad programs options.
>Study Abroad Peer Advisor: Morgan Michaels, mmichaels@edgewood.edu

2) 'Create an Account' in AbroadOffice and browse programs that interest you. 

3) Setup a meeting with the Director of Study Abroad, Sara Liang, sliang@edgewood.edu. During this meeting we will discuss finances, international coursework, goals, application processes and explore the best program fit for you. *Study abroad advising continues as you apply, go abroad and return from your experience. 

4) Prepare all elements of your application and apply for your program.

5) Attend Study Abroad Pre-Departure Orientation (two required sessions).

6) Complete pre-departure study abroad forms.


8) Complete study abroad in-country forms while abroad.

9) Complete post study abroad forms before returning.

10) Participant in reentry opportunities: Final Advising Meeting, Global Buddy Program, Global Ambassador Program, International Club etc.

*The study abroad advising process looks different for every student depending on their program choice and personal preference. The Center for Global Education is willing to meet with students as much as needed to prepare and support them for an international experience.


GPA requirements vary by program! Students must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA to apply for an Edgewood Exchange Program for a semester or academic year program. Some faculty-led programs and Non-Edgewood Direct Programs may have lower GPA requirements (anywhere from 2.0 - 2.5 minimum).



Applicants must have sophomore status to apply for semester or academic year programs. Freshmen are encouraged to participate in faculty-led programs and to start the planning process for a semester or year length study abroad program as soon as they are ready.

Edgewood College Center for Global Education Study Abroad Portal