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Getting Started

ChoicesFollow the steps below in order to help you find the program that is right for you!

Step 1: Explore

Step 2 Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor

Our Study Abroad Advisors are here to help you find the program that best fits your needs.

Step 3: Meet with our Financial Aid Advisor

Our very own financial aid advisor for study abroad, Mary Reshad, can help you explore your financial options once you select your program. Scholarships and financial aid can pay for study abroad fees, and Wright State awards thousands each year in travel assistance to students.

Step 4: Start Applying

Once you have selected a program, please start the application process. Be sure to plan ahead since many deadlines can be 1-2 semesters ahead of your actual travel time!

Step 5: Get ready for the learning experience of a lifetime!

 

TravelWhat questions should I ask?

Courses

Look into what courses your program of interest offers. What courses are you able to receive credit for while you are abroad? Plan it out with your academic advisor in order to receive credit for your major or minor. 

Location

What type of environment are you looking for? Big city? Small town? Field work? Do you have a region in mind already?

You can search for your ideal program by continent, country, city, career/academic focus, or by the interactive map on this site.

Immersion

Are you interested in living with a host family or live in an apartment/residence hall? Would you like to do an internship or volunteer work while you are there?

These options are listed on the program brochure page.

Program Length

Would you like to study abroad for a summer, a semester, or a year?  Some programs can be as short as a couple of weeks. 

Look for the "Start" date and "End" date to see if it matches your schedule.

Career

How does this study abroad experience align with your career goals?

 
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