Getting Started with Study Abroad Group Advising Sessions
Your first step to studying abroad starts now! Attend a required group advising session, APSC 301 (Writing Center Classroom), 12 noon Wednesdays.
The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges encourages faculty participation in international teaching, research, and exchange. The office sends announcements about opportunities and deadlines to the WOU faculty listserve on a regular basis.
The application cycle for 2013/14 will open late September 2012. The application is now an online process. Application deadline: TBA
You will note that the application asks for endorsement from your department chair and dean. WOU requires endorsement from your department head, division chair, and dean. When you submit your application, AHA International will send you a revised WOU endorsement sheet that includes signature lines for all three.
Recommendations for success:
Application deadline: mid-February for following year summer programs
Application deadline: late September for following year winter programs
If you are interested in developing such a program, contact the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges. The office will help identify the partner best suited to work with you to develop your program and will assist you through the process from proposal stage to final approval. Planning, developing, and implementing a new program takes from 12-18 months, so it is important to begin early.
WOU has faculty exchange agreements with these universities:
Fulbright Scholar Program; Click Here
Please contact Michele V. Price, Director with any questions.return to top
The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges phone: 503-838-8905 fax: 503-838-8089 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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