Contact your study abroad advisor on your campus to make sure you understand your institution’s application process.
Upload a copy of your passport to the online application. Don’t have one yet? Apply right away! Passport applications can be found online and are usually submitted in-person at a local location.
Make sure your study abroad advisor knows you're applying. Double check application deadlines and eligibility on the program page. Prefer a paper application? You can download, fill out, and submit to your study abroad advisor.
Download a paper version
Once your personal information, essay, recommendations, and transcript are complete, you can submit! If you don’t have a passport, you can still submit the application.
Don’t delay! Using the online application system, request two letters of recommendation. Upload an official copy of your transcript online. Your application isn’t complete without them.
While you're filling out your CCIS application, learn about supplemental materials your program requires. Visit the program page, scroll to the bottom, and review supplemental application materials. Submit to your study abroad advisor or directly to the program sponsor, per your institution's study abroad application process.
Your application is being reviewed by the program sponsor and by the host institution abroad. This step could take only a few days or a few weeks. To speed up the process, make sure all your supplemental and supporting application materials are submitted right away.
There are many things you can do to better prepare for your time abroad while you wait for your acceptance. Have you researched student visa requirements in the host country? Have you researched and applied for scholarships? This is a great time to prepare for next steps once you receive your acceptance!
You will be notified of your acceptance by the program sponsor or your study abroad advisor. Make sure to share a copy of your acceptance with your study abroad advisor if it comes straight to you.
Now that you have your acceptance, you will receive detailed information regarding travel arrangements, orientation, housing, course selection, and other important details. Take some time to meet with your study abroad advisor to learn next steps at your home campus.