Education Abroad 101
If you are you interested in participating in an education abroad program but don't know where to begin, be sure to attend this informational meeting. You will learn about the variety of academic and internship opportunities offered through CUA. We will discuss eligibility requirements, academic planning, course transfer issues, application deadlines and materials, and much more.
If you intend to participate in one of many non-CUA programs, please note that you are allowed to participate - and transfer credits back to count toward your CUA degree - only after your program is approved by CUAbroad.
Attendance is mandatory for all students planning to pursue credit-bearing study, internship, service learning or other academic endeavors while attending CUA as either an undergraduate or a graduate student.
These group advising sessions are held every Monday, Tuesday and Wednedsay at 4 p.m. during the regular semester. No need to RSVP, just come to the CUAbroad office. We are located in 111 McMahon Hall.
Flagship Program Information Sessions