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Process

The application process to study off-campus is two-fold: students first apply to the Office of Study Abroad for permission to study off-campus; they then apply (through the Office of Study Abroad) for admission into a particular program. Students must submit both the W&J application and the relevant program application. Please visit the Office of Study Abroad, located in the Hub, for guidance.

The process for students to apply for permission to study off campus is now entirely online. Please download and read the Study Abroad Application Guidelines for instructions before applying.

Apply today! Click here to access the Application for Off-Campus Study

 

Are you a faculty member looking for the recommendation and advisor approval forms? Visit our For Faculty  wiki page; you will be asked to log in using your W&J credentials. Thank you for your support!

Basic Requirements and Eligibility

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  • Before beginning the application process, students should consult with their academic advisor and the Office of Study Abroad.
  • Students need at least a 2.5 grade point average to qualify, but some semester-long programs may require a GPA of up to 3.0. Students should have the required GPA at the time of application.
  • Students may study off-campus as early as the first semester of their sophomore year, and as late as the first semester of their senior year.
  • Students applying to a program in a country where English is not the national language are encouraged to have taken at least elementary courses in the language of the host country; some programs will require intermediate to advanced language ability.
  • Students on academic or disciplinary probation or suspension, or with other serious disciplinary violations, are not eligible for off-campus study.
  • Students with delinquent financial accounts are not eligible for off-campus study.
  • Consult the Office of Study Abroad for specific program eligibility requirements and openings.
  • While abroad, students must be registered as a full-time student taking a minimum of 12 Washington & Jefferson College credits

  

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Application Process

The application process to study off-campus is two-fold: students first apply to the Office of Study Abroad for permission to study off-campus; they then apply (through the Office of Study Abroad) for admission into a particular program. Students must submit both the W&J application and the relevant program application. Please visit the Office of Study Abroad, located in the Hub, for guidance.

The process for students to apply for permission to study off campus is now entirely online. Download the Application for Off-Campus Study Information and Instructions Sheet for a breakdown of requirements and a checklist.

Apply today! Click here to access the Application for Off-Campus Study

 

Are you a faculty member looking for the recommendation and advisor approval forms? Visit our For Faculty  wiki page; you will be asked to log in using your W&J credentials. Thank you for your support!

 

Applications must be received in the Office of Study Abroad by the dates given below. Late applications will not be accepted. All applications will be reviewed immediately following the deadline.

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