Annenberg Study Abroad Application Information
Applications for Spring 2024 study abroad will open on August 1st and are due on August 25th.
APPLICATION SUBMISSION DETAILS
Undergraduate students applying to semester programs in Rome, London, Hong Kong, or Sydney must complete the following
- Online Application* which includes:
- Demographic data
- One 500-word essay (Essay prompt provided in the application)
- Professional-looking headshot photo
- Faculty Recommendation
Contact a professor or TA and request that they complete the online recommendation form. Recommenders can be any professor/TA you've had during your college career. The link to the faculty recommendation form is provided in the online application.
- Video Submission
Upon completion of the application, students will receive instructions to submit a 4-5 minute video to our office. All details and instructions will be included in the online application.
*Students applying to programs in Hong Kong or Sydney will also be required to complete an additional application for their destination university. Admittance is contingent on acceptance by both our office and the host institution (CUHK or UNSW). More information regarding those applications will be provided via email upon completion of the Annenberg application.
WHEN SHOULD I APPLY?
Spring semester program applications will be available online in July or August (of the preceding calendar year) and due late August.
Summer program applications will be available online in early January (of the same calendar year) and due in early February.
Fall semester program applications will be available online in early January (of the same calendar year) and due in mid-February.
Spring Break Programs (Open to graduate and undergraduate students):
Applications for the Spring Break Career Immersion to Mexico City will be available in October.
CAN I APPLY FOR MORE THAN ONE PROGRAM?
Students applying to study abroad for the Spring 2024 semester will be able to select their top two program choices via our online application. While we cannot guarantee acceptance into your top choice program, we are happy to meet with you individually to discuss your application and determine if there is another program that's more suitable for you.
I HAVE AN SJACS VIOLATION. CAN I STILL GO ABROAD?
All applicants' names are submitted to the Office of Student Judicial and Community Standards. SJACS violations are taken very seriously and may result in your application being denied. If you have any history of violation no matter how severe, you are required to disclose the incident on the application.
Check out our FAQ page for more common questions about eligibility, costs, housing, and more!
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