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Study abroad is an integral component of Pacific University’s undergraduate curriculum.
Study Abroad (Semester and Year-long programs)Application Process
Note: An application to study abroad will normally be considered only if you have completed BOTH steps (1 and 2).
Study Abroad Pre-Advising New!
Are you interested in studying abroad, but hesitating to get the ball rolling?
Are you looking for a general idea about studying abroad first?
We are here for you! Please swing by the Office of International Programs at Tran Library 234, or contact Atsuko Rothberg.
If you want to chat with a study abroad returnee, come to our office:
Mondays: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Thursdays: 9:00am - 1:00pm
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Step 1 | Mandatory Advising Appointment
You must schedule and attend an individual study abroad advising appointment with the Office of International Programs (OIP) to take place during the Fall semester. This is an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have and for us to ensure you are fully informed of your program options, eligibility requirements, and the cost structure of the program of your choice. An advising appointment usually only takes 15 – 30 minutes, longer or shorter as you prefer. If you find that your schedule does not permit an appointment during the Fall semester, please contact us to discuss other options.
December 1: For Petition
February 10: For General Programs
*Once you complete Step 1, we will grant you access to the Study Abroad Moodle page where you find the application process details and links to the required documents (Study Abroad application, supplemental documents...etc.)
This step is required for all programs, including petitions.
This is AFTER you are approved to study abroad in Step 2.
Important: Please note that if your program cost exceeds the tuition cap of $11,000 you will be billed for the excess amount. Currently, there are not many programs that exceed this amount. Please contact us to obtain the current costs for these programs.
Have you officially declared your major? If not, visit the Advising Center.
Please contact the Office of International Programs (email@example.com) with any questions.