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  • RESOURCES FOR FACULTY & ADVISORS > The Center for International Education
    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 RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Resources for Faculty Advisors The links available on the left provide faculty and staff with resources that may be useful in supporting students that want to study abroad All NAU

    Original URL path: http://edabroad.nau.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=0&Link_ID=D1365D7C-155D-8A49-B480FBF7FBBDE34B (2015-06-03)
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  • Faculty Leading Programs > The Center for International Education
    Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Faculty Leading Programs Below are instructions on how faculty leading programs can use our database to track and contact students Searching Viewing applications for your program 1 Log in to Studio Abroad here If you cannot log in email your EmplID to Eric Deschamps nau edu 2 Click on Applicant Admin on the left menu then advanced search 3 Check Application Parameters click next 4 Select your program NAU in If you have run your program before also select the appropriate application cycle Click next 5 You will see a list of students that have applied for your program 6 Name this search and click Save Search 7 You can now click on the Admin Home link on the top right corner and you will see that this search has been saved You can simply return to Reviewer Home next time you log in and click on the saved search Viewing information about individual students 1 Run the search described in the section above 2 You can click on individual students applications for more information about that student and their application 3 You will see a number of tabs for the applicant These tabs allow you to see contact information information about the student such as GPA and class level how far along they are in their application and other pieces of information Student Statuses A student s status is important to note Students that are Applicants are still working on their application materials and have not committed to a program Students that are Admitted have completed their applications have been

    Original URL path: http://edabroad.nau.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=D1365D7C-155D-8A49-B480FBF7FBBDE34B&Link_ID=FE55EE1C-155D-8A58-8BDDF1957F0B3CFF (2015-06-03)
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  • Contact an EA Advisor > The Center for International Education
    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 RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Contact an EA Advisor Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Contact an Education Abroad Advisor Education Abroad advising is distributed based on where a student plans on studying Questions regarding a student should be directed to the appropriate regional advisor Carolyn Christianer Southern Europe South of Germany Carolyn Christianer nau edu 928 523

    Original URL path: http://edabroad.nau.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=D1365D7C-155D-8A49-B480FBF7FBBDE34B&Link_ID=D138A660-155D-8A49-B472D47D3F06CF41 (2015-06-03)
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  • Approving EA Courses > The Center for International Education
    University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Approving EA Courses Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Approving EA Courses The Process Students going abroad are required to have course equivalencies pre approved by their academic advisors Although pre approvals happen online students are told to initially meet with an advisor in person to have a conversation about their plan of study Additional equivalencies after the first meeting can be approved online with no meeting required This is a student driven process Academic advisors do not need to do anything until contacted by a student Our Credit Equivalency Guide may be useful in this process Reviewing Equivalency Requests Once a student is in your office or has asked for a pre approval by email 1 Log in here with your normal NAU login If you cannot log in close all internet browser windows reopen one and try again If that doesn t work email your EmplID number to eric deschamps nau edu If a student is in your office and waiting call x8334 for immediate access 2 Go to Applicant Admin left side bar Search enter the student s name 3 Click on the student s application Click on the Course Equivalency tab 4 Here you will see a list of equivalencies submitted by the student You can Add a new course equivalency to the student s application a Click on New Equivalency Request above the student s name b Enter the foreign course Leave the grade blank Enter the number of foreign credits if you have that information c Click on Option 3 Search Home Courses to see if the NAU course is already in the database If it is not click Cancel and use Option 2 see d below Option 3 will be populated by Education Abroad as equivalencies get approved over time d For Option 2 Code refers to the course code BIO 340 and Title refers to the course title Microbiology II Do not enter a grade but do enter the number of units Click Next Edit an existing equivalency before approval a Click the pencil icon to the right of the equivalency b Here you can edit the foreign course by clicking on the pencil next to it Or you can edit the NAU course Approve an existing equivalency Click on the Course Status drop down menu under the appropriate equivalency Choose Approved Waiting for a syllabus before approving an existing equivalency Leave the status of the class as In Progress You can click on the Comments tab to register a note saying that you are waiting for more information for a particular course Deny an existing equivalency Click on the Course Status drop down menu under the appropriate equivalency Choose Denied Permanently remove an equivalency from a student s record Click on the red X to the right of the equivalency 5 Tell

    Original URL path: http://edabroad.nau.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=D1365D7C-155D-8A49-B480FBF7FBBDE34B&Link_ID=D13AA5E6-155D-8A49-B46368C90946027C (2015-06-03)
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  • Credit Equivalency Guide > The Center for International Education
    options are very limited Generally speaking unless a student speaks fluent Spanish study options include either full Spanish language study at the intermediate level or higher or half time intermediate language immersion and 1 2 courses taught in English As offerings vary students choosing the second option will simply have to work closely with their academic and study abroad advisor to craft a customized program China The BISU program is a set language immersion program of 16 credits per semester Course work at JUFE and PLU Sichuan U is taught in English and in a manner very similar to the US in terms of course load and course level Course work taught in English at Southwest University is offered primarily in the Chinese Language and Literatures department Offerings vary a great deal from one semester to another Credit hour information is based upon contact hour information 15 class hours per credit and students must be prepared to be flexible and the program of study will necessarily be customized based on that semester s offerings Costa Rica The NAU in Costa Rica program is administered by NAU and all course work includes offerings already included in the NAU catalog Please consult the programs track sheet for more information Cuba USAC USAC course offerings are offered taught in a manner equivalent to US semester system universities in terms of credit hours and course level Czech Republic Masaryk U courses are offered in the ECTS credit system Please see the ECTS tab for further information The USAC program course offerings are offered taught in a manner equivalent to US semester system universities in terms of course load and course level Denmark All of NAU s partner institutions in Denmark use the ECTS system Please refer to the ECTS tab Estonia NAU s partner institutions in Estonia use the ECTS system Please refer to the ECTS tab Fiji The Fijian educational system is very similar to that of the UK Most classes are worth 15 credits each and are equivalent to 4 NAU credits Please see the UK tab for further recommendations Finland All of NAU s partner institutions in Finland use the ECTS system Please refer to the ECTS tab France All of NAU s partner institutions in France use the ECTS system Please refer to the ECTS tab Germany All of NAU s partner institutions in Germany use the ECTS system For courses taken in English please refer to the ECTS tab For courses taught in German the credit equivalency is 3 2 3 host institution credits 2 NAU credit Ghana Students attending the University of Ghana must be prepared to be flexible with course choices particularly if they plan to study in more than one discipline Courses at the 300 or 400 level are equivalent to 200 level courses at NAU Some 400 level courses may be more advanced 500 level courses can be considered upper division 600 level courses are quite advanced Applicants should access the guide to course selection for U Ghana from the ISEP web page It is the student s responsibility to obtain and read this document Credit hour values for classes can vary a great deal but are roughly the same course load as US credits 1 and 2 credit classes are common and students may find themselves taking a greater number of classes than they are used to at NAU Greece The American College of Greece s credit system and course level designations match NAU standards Guatemala Undergraduate programs are 8 to 12 semesters in length leading to a degree of licenciado or a professional title General education requirements are not used Therefore a 2 nd year course is usually preceded by a full year s worth approx 30 NAU credits of coursework in the discipline This means that a 1st year course is usually considered lower division a 2 nd year course equivalent to a 300 level course at NAU and a 3 rd course would be equivalent to a 400 or 500 level course at NAU Undergraduate courses at the 4 th 5 th or 6 th year level are generally not recommended for US undergraduates Most courses are worth 3 4 NAU credits Students will not be able to ascertain the credit hour value of their classes until arriving registering and finding the number of class hours required per week Hungary NAU s partner institution in Hungary uses the ECTS system Please refer to the ECTS tab Iceland NAU s partner institution in Iceland uses the ECTS system Please refer to the ECTS tab India The typical course load a U Hyderabad is 4 classes each worth 4 US credits Credit equivalency is 1 1 The Academic Calendar is very different and students should be sure their intended semester of study will mesh with their needs Registration does not take place until after arrival a U Hyderabad and final information on course offerings is not available until shortly before the term begins so students should be prepared to be flexible General education requirements do not exist A second year course is usually preceded by a full year s worth approx 30 NAU credits of coursework in the discipline Therefore a 1st year course is usually considered lower division a 2 nd year course equivalent to a 300 level course at NAU and a 3 rd course would be equivalent to a 400 or 500 level course at NAU Students on the USAC program at Christ s College will find their classes course load and course levels similar to the US system Indonesia Students generally take 4 6 classes per semester One BINUS credit is just shy of one NAU credit Generally students may count 1 2 or 3 credits on a 1 to 1 transfer back to NAU but 4 credit classes should only transfer as 3 NAU credits General education requirements do not exist A second year course is usually preceded by a full year s worth approx 30 NAU credits

    Original URL path: http://edabroad.nau.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=D1365D7C-155D-8A49-B480FBF7FBBDE34B&Link_ID=D13E5BC0-155D-8A49-B4638020F8E3E4BE (2015-06-03)
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  • EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU > The Center for International Education
    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 Home EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Exchange Students The NAU Center for International Education welcomes you to our campus and to Flagstaff Arizona At NAU we welcome over 200 international and national exchange students every year Our focus is to make sure you get the best academic experience and take advantage of the many opportunities for intercultural communication between other exchange students and our NAU students To help get you aquainted with NAU and Flagstaff you may want to checkout the links below With numerous adventures waiting for you in Northern Arizona you are bound to make plenty of friends and pick up a few new tricks Whether it be during hiking adventures in the spring or snowboarding in the winter

    Original URL path: http://edabroad.nau.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abroad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=0&Link_ID=E6B7D0F5-155D-960B-4856AAD1C4786DDB (2015-06-03)
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  • About Flagstaff and NAU > The Center for International Education
    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 EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly About Flagstaff Flagstaff AZ was founded around the nation s birthday On July 4th back in the day several travellers hoisted a US flag on a near by tree that had no branches As more travellers passed by they noticed this flag on a tree As the lumber industry began many settlers came to the area to harvest the ponderosa pine trees surrounding the are Soon people began to refer to the new town as being next to the old flag staff From there people formed one name and called the town Flagstaff after the nearby natural flag pole When you think of Arizona you think of cacti and desert Flagstaff AZ is the complete opposite of what you imagine Arizona to be On arrival you will see that we are surrounded by the world s largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest The average temperature for the summer is 75F 24C and during the winter 35F 1 5C At 7 000 feet 2134 meters in elevation we dare you get outdoors and active Northern Arizona is surround by many outdoor adventures from hiking to skiing and snowboarding We see on average 100 inches of snowfall annually and sunshine 3 4 of the year About NAU Northern Arizona University was founded during 1899 and began in

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  • Become True Blue NAU > The Center for International Education
    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 EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU Become True Blue NAU Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Become True Blue NAU Here at NAU we have a saying Become True Blue NAU To be True Blue NAU you need to wear some NAU gear be a part of campus events and have fun Becoming True Blue is becoming part of the Lumberjack family We encourage you to participate in the many opportunities available to you To get you started check out the following links NAU Clubs Organizations Join 1 of more than 300 clubs Campus Recreation Services Recreation Center Fitness Intramurals sports Sport Clubs Outdoor Adventures Flagstaff Art Walk First Friday of every month local art galleries and shops invite you to venture downtown Flagstaff Events Things to do in and around the Flagstaff community NAU Calendar of Events Full list of events happening throughout the year including academic calendar NAU Plaid Stay connected to campus life Resource Connect For resources on Academics Wellness Student Accounts Student Groups Student Life Social Media On campus Connect

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