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  • Study Abroad Office
    Global Management Map Locations Map Tempe West Polytechnic Downtown Phoenix Online and Extended Lake Havasu Thunderbird Skysong Research Park Washington D C China Directory Search Study Abroad Office Home ASU Students Faculty Advisors International Students Parents MyStudyAbroad Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly The ASU Study Abroad Office offers more than 250 different programs in over 55 countries Students can study abroad during the summer fall semester spring semester or for a full academic year New in 2016 Students can now also study abroad during spring break Like this video Click here to hear from ten ASU students who studied abroad Study Abroad Office staff are now on the Downtown Phoenix West and Polytechnic campuses once week Click here for details Quick Links Study Abroad Office Events Calendar Read ASU Study Abroad Student Blogs Get Your Passport on the Tempe Campus Announcements New Scholarship for First Generation Students Nutrition and Health Students New Scholarship Opportunity View All Announcements Top of page Phone 480 965 5965 Contact Us Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube Instagram Programs Application Process Search Programs Internships abroad Health Safety FAQs Non ASU Programs Finances ASU

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  • Announcements > Spring Break Programs Coming in 2016 > Study Abroad Office
    or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly The newly formed ASU Global Intensive Experiences are designed to expand study abroad access to Arizona State University ASU students Offered during Spring Break these programs are connected to spring semester courses Global Intensive Experiences Available Starting Spring Break 2016 The newly formed ASU Global Intensive Experiences are designed to expand study abroad access to Arizona State University ASU students Offered during Spring Break these programs are connected to spring semester courses session A B or C and are credit bearing programs As such ASU Global Intensive Experience Programs will provide a lower cost alternative for ASU students to engage in global educational experiences and further connect the undergraduate and graduate curriculum to international themes Whether embedded as part of a traditional spring semester course or added on to make use of the flexibility of online classes these intensive field experiences abroad afford students an opportunity to connect their studies to international themes for credit It is hoped that the shortened duration of the abroad segment will allow more ASU students to take part in an international experience Click here to view a list of Spring Break 2016 programs Be sure to check back often as programs are being added on a regular basis We are still in the process of creating web pages for each of the new spring break programs Below is a list of the expected spring break 2016 programs If you do not find a web page for the program via the link above please just contact the relevant International Coordinator listed below to be put on a list to receive information once the web page goes live Internship International Asylum Seekers in Greece Contact Kevin Malone A Taste of Peace Corps in

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  • ASU Students > Study Abroad Office
    Business Semester at Sea Anthony Proano College of Liberal Arts Sciences Chile Nikil Selvam Ira A Fulton Schools of Engineering College of Liberal Arts Sciences India Singapore United Kingdom Katherine Hemzacek Ira A Fulton Schools of Engineering South Africa Brittany Ferguson College of Public Service Community Solutions Italy Why study abroad Studying abroad impacts your life in many positive ways that last far beyond the duration of your program Benefits include Academic Benefits earn major minor or elective credits gain a global perspective of your major engage in hands on learning learn a foreign language Personal Benefits strengthen your personal identity improve life skills such as self reliance critical thinking problem solving adaptability confidence and communication find new interests and passions Professional Career Benefits gain a sense of direction and purpose for your future career obtain valuable skills for working in international environments and form professional contacts learn to work independently and as part of a team enhance your resume and stand out in the crowd Global Awareness Benefits experience life in another part of the world form friendships and contacts around the world gain understanding of and adaptability to diverse cultures develop familiarity with current global events and the global future The First Lady has also commented on the importance of study abroad Click here to view the video Study Abroad Video Contest The ASU Study Abroad Office hosts an annual Study Abroad Video Contest for returned study abroad program participants All content is filmed by ASU students during their study abroad program Check out the winning 2013 video below PLEASE NOTE The ASU Study Abroad Office encourages students to submit their applications as early as possible rather than waiting until the final program deadline Study Abroad Photo Contest The ASU Study Abroad Office also organizes an annual Study

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  • Announcements > Study Abroad Staff on Downtown Phoenix >  Poly and West Campuses > Study Abroad Office
    will be on the Downtown Phoenix Polytechnic and West Campuses at least once a week during the 2015 2016 academic year Study Abroad Staff on Downtown Phoenix Poly and West Campuses Study Abroad Office staff will be on Downtown Phoenix Poly and West Campuses once week during the 2015 2016 academic year Students come learn about your study abroad opportunities by meeting with staff during the times below Faculty and staff if you would like to connect with SAO staff while they are on your campus please email studyabroad asu edu Downtown Phoenix Campus every Thursday 11 00 AM 1 00 PM Information table in Taylor Place August 20th October 15th Information table on Taylor Mall October 22nd December 3rd 1 30 PM 3 00 PM Walk in advising in Changemaker Central in the Student Center the Post Office throughout the semester No representatives will be on the Downtown campus on November 26th due to the Thanksgiving holiday Polytechnic Campus every Monday Mondays starting August 24 through November 30 Information Table 11am 1pm Student Union Walk in Advising 1pm 2pm ChangeMaker Career Preparation Center in the Academic Center Staff will not be on Poly campus September 7 Labor Day October

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  • Programs > Brochure > Study Abroad Office
    but also about your own Students who are the first in their family to attend college also have the incredible opportunity to be the first in their family to ever study abroad while in college or perhaps ever at all As the first person in your family to be presented with such a unique opportunity ASU wants to make sure you have additional funding opportunities to make your dream a reality All ASU and ISA Study Abroad Planning Scholarships awarded are conditional upon your full participation in an ASU Study Abroad Office program If you withdraw from your program for any reason voluntary or involuntary awards may be revoked If your award is revoked after funds have been disbursed to you you will be billed for the amount of the award through your ASU student account Scholarship Amounts for 2016 10 ASU Planning Scholarships in the amount of 4 000 each 50 ISA Planning Scholarships in the amount of 2 000 for semester programs 1 000 for summer programs For Planning Scholarship Recipients you can receive an additional 500 scholarship from ISA if you participate in one of these programs Eligibility Requirements The ASU Study Abroad Planning Scholarship allows students to participate on any ASU approved study abroad program during the summer semester academic year and or calendar year To be eligible for the ASU Study Abroad Planning Scholarship students must Be a first generation college student Be a second semester degree seeking freshman at ASU Have a minimum cumulative ASU GPA of 2 0 at the time of application Demonstrate financial need and have a current FAFSA on file with ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services at the time of application Have the equivalent of one full time semester of completed and posted ASU credit hours at the time of application Be in good standing with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities The ISA Study Abroad Planning Scholarship allows students to participate on any ISA program offered through the ASU Study Abroad Office during the summer semester or academic year excludes all summer faculty directed programs To be eligible for the ISA Study Abroad Planning Scholarship students must Be a first generation college student Be a second semester degree seeking freshman at ASU Have a minimum cumulative ASU GPA of 2 5 at the time of application Demonstrate financial need and have a current FAFSA on file with ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services at the time of application Have the equivalent of one full time semester of completed and posted ASU credit hours at the time of application Be in good standing with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Click here to view all ISA programs approved by the ASU Study Abroad Office Application Components Two short answer essays minimum 250 each One essay question minimum 500 words Basic profile information to be used for publications Signed release form Terms of agreement including participation in a Planning Scholarships cohort that meets twice a semester and commitment

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  • Announcements > All > Study Abroad Office
    currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Study Abroad Staff on Downtown Phoenix Poly and West Campuses Study Abroad Office staff will be on the Downtown Phoenix Polytechnic and West Campuses at least once a week during the 2015 2016 academic year View Complete Article Spring Break Programs Coming in 2016 The newly formed ASU Global Intensive Experiences are designed to expand study abroad access to Arizona

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  • Generation Study Abroad > Study Abroad Office
    has demonstrated a commitment to outlining clear degree expectations and increasing our four year graduation rate through developing innovative technology tools such as eAdvisor and the Transfer Credit Guide Resources are now being turned to connecting these tools recognized across higher education for their effectiveness to helping students integrate study abroad to their academic goals and staying on track for a four year graduation in their chosen field of study Examples include 1 Development within the Transfer Credit Guide and credit transfer policies to significantly increase the ability for potential and confirmed study abroad students to identify potential study abroad programs by searching for study abroad courses which have already been articulated with ASU courses request new equivalencies and connect courses outlined on their 8 semester major map with specific destinations where those courses are offered 2 Include information about approved or highlighted destinations programs for each of our 300 majors through Degree Search ASU s online academic catalog 3 Indicating the best times for study abroad on the major map or 8 semester sequenced list of course requirements for each of our 300 majors This document becomes part of the official archived academic catalog Faculty Advisory Committee We believe that one of the most effective methods of reaching students is through their faculty names and faces they already trust Therefore ASU has created a newly formed Study Abroad Faculty Advisory Committee featuring key leadership from across all four campus locations The goal of the committee is to connect and integrate study abroad to the missions of all of the colleges and schools at ASU provide advisement on curricular and policy decisions and develop international leaders outside of the traditional study abroad office structure Study Abroad Funding With a student population that relies heavily on federal and local financial aid

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  • Staff > Listing > Study Abroad Office
    Safety Engagement Staff list Name Email Phone Daniel J Hart Dan Hart asu edu 480 965 5965 Partnership Exchange Programs Unit Staff list Exchange programs offer students the opportunity to study at a foreign university as an integrated student during a semester or year abroad ASU currently has approximately 70 exchange partners Partnership programs are very diverse in structure and are available for a semester a year or summer ASU currently works with approximately 25 partners giving our students access to a wide variety of program options world wide Name Email Phone Shira Burns Shira Burns asu edu 480 965 5965 Jennifer Moy Jennifer Moy asu edu 480 965 5965 Erin Piper Erin Piper asu edu 480 965 5965 Barbara Young Barbara Young asu edu 480 965 5965 Faculty Directed Programs Unit Staff list Faculty Directed programs are typically 3 9 week summer programs led by ASU faculty members and designed specifically for ASU students Name Email Phone Kevin Malone Kevin Malone asu edu 480 965 5965 Seth McManus Seth McManus asu edu 480 965 5965 Dr Mandy Nydegger Mandy Nydegger asu edu 480 965 5965 Kyle Rausch Kyle Rausch asu edu 480 965 5965 Business Manager Staff list Name

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