International Programs & Services

Understand your study abroad options, the planning process, and how to have a safe and productive educational experience while overseas.

 

Study abroad New Zealand PhotoBasic Process:

  • Learn about the possibilities for study abroad through Evergreen programs, learning contracts, internship contracts, exchange programs, outside consortium options, and more.

  • Review some important limitations that could impact your planning process.

  • Discuss your prospective choices for study abroad with the Office of International Programs.

  • Thoroughly understand the costs of your study abroad program and options for funding it.

  • Complete application and administrative processes, both externally and at Evergreen.

  • Once approved for study abroad, continue preparing for a productive, safe, and fun experience.

Information Sessions: Study Abroad Information sessions are held many Wednesday afternoons. For an up-to-date schedule, check here: http://www.evergreen.edu/studyabroad/workshops2 

Important Guidelines:

  • Study in Travel Warning List countries is restricted and requires pre-consultation with the Dean of International Studies.

  • Students who are not in good academic standing may not be eligible for some options.

  • Students who have a significant disciplinary history at Evergreen may not be eligible for some options.

  • Students must participate in one quarter of interdisciplinary study before they can study abroad, depending on the mode of study. Transfer students may petition for exception.

  • Learning contracts and Internships contracts are each limited to a maximum of 48 credits total over the course of your studies at Evergreen.

  • Consortium study is limited to one academic year in total, except Wildlands, which is limited to one single enrollment.

  • Consortium study is limited to non-US destinations only, unless explicitly exempted

Read Student Stories about Study Abroad Experiences in the recent Evergreen Magazine online.