Once accepted to a program, advisees will work with staff in the Global Education Office and with their faculty advisor to ensure that their course of study can be successfully followed during their time away from campus.
Faculty advisors are encouraged to seek assistance from the study abroad office if they have questions relating to credit, transfer policies, etc.
Students are encouraged to keep in contact with their faculty and study abroad advisors and to notify both advisors immediately if difficulties or problems arise with the courses that are selected during their experience abroad.
Just as at Vanderbilt, courses may be cancelled at local universities or with program providers, so the advisee and the advisors will need to remain flexible and creative.
Again, faculty members seeking additional information are encouraged to contact the Global Education Office.
Different programs have different deadlines; be sure to look closely! [more...]
GEO applications are now open for spring 2018 programs! Click on the buttons to the left to search for programs and apply.
Tuesdays at 4:10 PM and Thursdays at 12:10 pm, every week between Orientation and Graduation [more...]
Be a Student Ambassador! Remember all of the questions you had as you were applying and preparing to go abroad? You can help future study abroad students who have the same questions! [more...]