Research Your Program Options
Attend a "Study Abroad 101" session in the Leo R. Dowling International Center, 111 South Jordan Avenue.
Consult the Affiliated Programs list for semester and academic year programs in which IU students frequently participate.
Additional programs are available.
Verify that the country where you intend to study is not on the US State Department travel warning list. Indiana University students may not study abroad with IU approval and support in any country for which there is a Travel Warning unless a program exception has been granted. This means that you may not retain your IU status or apply your financial aid to the costs of the program.
You must contact the sponsoring program directly for complete information and an application. You must apply for an IU co-sponsored program directly through IU.
Once you have thoroughly reviewed program materials, if you have further questions you may consult with an advisor in Overseas Study.
To view student evaluations of non-IU programs you may be considering, click here.
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