Education Abroad

All students applying for any education abroad program must first meet with an Education Abroad Advisor and apply through the Center for Intercultural Advancement (Union 227). Education abroad programs, whether for summer (2 units), a semester, or a full year may fulfill the requirement for the Intermediate Learning Community (two courses related thematically) and meet the Intercultural requirement.

Credits taken abroad appear on the transcript with the grades earned but are calculated as transfer credits and do not affect the student’s Wagner GPA. Internships are available at many sites.

For all semester and academic year education abroad programs, students must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average at the time of application and must be in good disciplinary standing.  Education abroad deadlines are at the last week of March the year before the academic year the student wishes to participate in education abroad.