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  • The Center for International Education
    P Q R S T U V W X Y Z News LOUIE Bb Learn Faculty Staff Webmail Student Webmail Cline Library Entire Site Directory Degrees Education Abroad HOME PROGRAMS WHY GO ABROAD TYPES OF PROGRAMS Study Abroad Global Research Internship Program GRIP GRIP Fieldwork Experiences National Student Exchange PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Academics Financing Education Abroad Application Process Health Safety Non NAU Students Pre Departure Orientation TALK TO AN ADVISOR Finding CIE Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Scholarship Resources Blogs Videos More Videos Quotes Talk to an Alum EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support

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  • WHY GO ABROAD? > The Center for International Education
    Education Abroad Application Process Health Safety Non NAU Students Pre Departure Orientation TALK TO AN ADVISOR Finding CIE Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Scholarship Resources Blogs Videos More Videos Quotes Talk to an Alum EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home WHY GO ABROAD Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Why Go Abroad Hundreds of thousands of students from US universities choose to study abroad every year for a long list of reasons Think about the following Education abroad is an opportunity to see the world It s a chance to discover different cultures and new ways of life It gives you the possibility of having one of the greatest adventures that you will ever have and to keep those memories with you for the rest of your life Going abroad is affordable NAU Exchange programs allow you to pay NAU tuition while studying abroad Your typical grants loans and scholarships may apply to your program and there are thousands of dollars in education abroad specific scholarships available Diversify your education Education abroad can provide a richer and deeper understanding of your field of study Classes taken abroad can count towards your graduation requirements Study abroad

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  • TYPES OF PROGRAMS > The Center for International Education
    OF PROGRAMS Study Abroad Global Research Internship Program GRIP GRIP Fieldwork Experiences National Student Exchange PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Academics Financing Education Abroad Application Process Health Safety Non NAU Students Pre Departure Orientation TALK TO AN ADVISOR Finding CIE Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Scholarship Resources Blogs Videos More Videos Quotes Talk to an Alum EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home TYPES OF PROGRAMS Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Types of Programs Education Abroad offers three different types of programs Study abroad involves taking classes in a foreign country Study abroad includes exchanges faculty led and

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  • Study Abroad > The Center for International Education
    NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home TYPES OF PROGRAMS Study Abroad Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Study Abroad Programs Overview Education Abroad provides a variety of different programs to fit every budget academic subject timeframe and regional interest Exchange Programs Exchange programs involve going abroad and enrolling with an NAU partner university as an exchange student Exchange programs are exceptionally affordable and allow students to become part of a foreign university s student body There are two kinds of exchange programs Bilateral exchanges and ISEP exchanges Bilateral exchanges are marked with Exchange after the program name ISEP Exchanges are marked by ISEP Exchange in the program name For both program types you pay your typical NAU tuition directly to NAU through your LOUIE account Not only will most of your scholarships apply to exchanges but this is the only type of program on which you can use your tuition waivers including but not limited to AIMS Dean s President s EARP Furthermore for both programs you will earn direct NAU credit and your grades from abroad will count towards your GPA For ISEP exchanges however you will also pay NAU housing and meal fees for the semester you are abroad For bilateral exchanges you will pay housing and meal fees directly to your host university abroad You will not need to pay the university abroad for housing and meals The deadline to apply for ISEP exchanges falls much earlier than the deadline for bilateral exchanges See our deadlines page for more information Faculty led Programs Faculty led programs are designed and run by NAU faculty that teach about their field of expertise in relevant settings abroad While learning is done in classrooms abroad NAU faculty often organize excursions that allow students to contextualize information discussed in the classroom These are usually shorter programs which typically run during the summer or winter term and offer anywhere from 3 to 7 credits Students pay a program fee to NAU that covers specified program costs Loans grants and some non NAU scholarships can be applied to faculty led programs Tuition waivers and NAU scholarships including but not limited to AIMS Dean s President s cannot be used on these programs EARPs can be applied to the tuition portion of faculty led program charges You can earn direct and or transfer credit on these programs Grades earned for direct credit will count towards your GPA grades earned for transfer credit will not count towards your GPA Provider Programs Private provider programs such as ISEP Direct and USAC run specialized education abroad programs Participants on these programs tend to be mostly from other US universities Although these programs are more expensive the extra cost comes from the comprehensive and highly structured nature of these programs Cost varies but provider programs are almost always more

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  • Global Research & Internship Program (GRIP) > The Center for International Education
    928 523 2409 Home TYPES OF PROGRAMS Global Research Internship Program GRIP Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly GLOBAL RESEARCH INTERNSHIP PROGRAM GRIP Get a GRIP on your future by gaining hands on experience abroad Make an appointment today to learn how to obtain a safe international fieldwork experience that fits your personal professional and academic goals All NAU students with a 3 0 GPA or higher are welcome to apply Miss the Information Session Check out the Global Research Internship Program Prezi Why join the Global Research Internship Program GRIP Gain a unique fieldwork experience internship research or volunteer position abroad in your field of study Earn NAU academic credit toward your graduation requirements All GRIP students must register for credit Boost your resume and increase employment opportunities Enhance language and soft skills i e adaptability flexibility communication etc Learn more about the international opportunities available in your major minor Make contacts with professionals from other parts of the world in a field of your interest How to Get Started Establish your fieldwork experience goals i e location industry and term of participation Make an appointment online with D anielle Linde International Internship Coordinator Research apply for international opportunities that match your goals Submit an application to the Global Research Internship Program Create a budget and apply for scholarships Academic Credit ABOR required 45 hours of fieldwork experience for every 1 unit of academic credit unit GRIP students can gain credit in the following ways Enroll in CIE 208 International Fieldwork Experience General Elective Credit Sign up through Danielle Varnes CIE 208 is held online and must be taken in the term that the student is abroad CIE 208 can be taken for up to 6 units of credit The number of credits that can be taken is determined by the number of fieldwork hours abroad CIE 208 is only available to students participating in an internship or volunteer experience research students must receive credit through their academic department see below Enroll in credit through your academic department Students should speak to their academic advisor about obtaining credit directly from their department for a fieldwork experience abroad Your department will determine which credit is appropriate and how it will count toward your graduation requirements A faculty member in your department will supervise and grade your credits You will most likely be approved to receive one of the following credits from your department Research 485 685 Independent Study 497 697 or Fieldwork Experience Internship 408 608 Enroll in credit through the sponsoring organization and transfer it to NAU Some internship and research organizations offer academic credit as part as the program fees You will still need to gain pre approval through your academic department to transfer these credits and have them count toward your graduation requirements Funding Your International Fieldwork Experience Students enrolled in GRIP gain academic credit for their fieldwork experience and are thus eligible for

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  • GRIP Fieldwork Experiences > The Center for International Education
    airport pick up housing orientation an onsite coordinator and in some programs academic credit There are automatic discounts given to NAU students so make sure you tell them you are from NAU Always register with GRIP online before applying to these opportunities World Endeavors Grassroots local organizations serve as our partners for volunteer projects in order to maintain our commitment to sustainable projects that are useful to local communities Students and interns learn and work side by side with the locals for an academically or professionally immersive experience practicing their language skills and learning about local business cultures We strive to offer meaningful engaging and challenging programs and opportunities to all of our participants Rolling Deadlines Dream Careers Eight week summer internships in well known organizations in Barcelona London Hong Kong San Jose Costa Rica Program Dates Deadlines Child Family Health International Year round global health internship opportunities in S Africa Argentina Ecuador Bolivia Uganda and India List of Programs School for Field Studies SFS creates transformative study abroad experiences through field based learning and research Our educational programs explore the human and ecological dimensions of the complex environmental problems faced by our local partners contributing to sustainable solutions in the places where we live and work Pending Partnership Absolute Internships We are exploring this organization this summer as a potential internship partner For that reason NAU students will recive 30 off the program fee Other GRIP Opportunities The opportunities below have been secured through our exchange partners or NAU faculty connections abroad These opportunities are limited but are typically less expensive then going through one of our internship partners The Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training MHIRT Program at Northern Arizona University NAU is an NIH funded program designed to give students from health disparity populations an opportunity to participate in a 10 week international research experience throughout which they explores global health issues that relate to of health disparities among the world s Indigenous populations During the experience students will learn how to apply current scientific literature to research design and data collection analysis and interpretation For detailed information on 2015 research opportunities please visit The MHIRT Research Opportunities page Biology Research in Costa Rica Conduct research in Costa Rica at the Tirimbina Rainforest Reserve This research program run by Tirimbina provides a unique experience to its participants in the development of their scientific knowledge of the tropical forest Whilst collecting data for one of the long term research projects at Tirimbina the research volunteer will learn basic aspects of the ecosystem The volunteer will develop skills in collecting and analyzing data as well as writing reports This way he she will be part of a successful model promoting conservation where scientific research contributes towards environmental education and the ecotourism offered to visitors Program Basics Eligibility Requirements 3 0 GPA or higher sophomore status or above student that are adaptable self motivated department approval and spanish language ability Summer 2015 Dates Flexible Cost 2 050 for

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  • National Student Exchange > The Center for International Education
    parallel to study abroad programs recognizing that often language cost and program compatibility make studying in the United States and Canada a good choice for students NSE is an association of over 200 colleges and universities in the United States U S Territories and Canada Study for a semester or a year paying your same NAU tuition or pay the in state tuition of the host campus Placements are accepted at host campuses on a space available basis Please visit www nse org for details about the program and available campuses Eligibility Requirements Sophomore status at time of exchange 2 5 GPA or higher Good Standing at NAU Full time enrollment at NAU No incomplete grades from previous terms No current or pending probationary status due to academic dishonesty or misconduct No outstanding financial obligation at NAU Choosing a Campus Students may exchange for a single semester or academic year A list of all campuses can be found at www nse org You are encouraged to select colleges and universities which will provide learning opportunities that will supplement and complement those of your home institutions and assist you in reaching your educational goals You are also encouraged to select campuses that will stimulate personal growth and development and allow you to experience the educational geographic and cultural diversity found among NSE s campuses Costs For most institutions you have an option of where you pay your tuition Plan A NAU student pays the in state tuition of the host university Plan B NAU student pays regular NAU tuition There is a 200 application fee to apply to NSE Financial Aid Scholarships Financial aid scholarships depend on your choice of plans Plan A Your financial aid will be disbursed from your host university Please note that NAU tuition waivers and scholarships

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  • PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS > The Center for International Education
    Student Exchange PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Academics Financing Education Abroad Application Process Health Safety Non NAU Students Pre Departure Orientation TALK TO AN ADVISOR Finding CIE Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Scholarship Resources Blogs Videos More Videos Quotes Talk to an Alum EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Prospective Students Thinking about studying abroad Great Students often tell us that studying abroad was the best thing they did in college Below are some links with information that will be useful as you explore studying abroad Academics Financing Education Abroad

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