How to Choose a Program
It is important to determine what you want to get out of an experience abroad. If you would like to know what past Study Abroad participants' thought of their experience abroad, take a look at these reflections. Also, think about what is important to you. Below is a guideline that can help you identify your goals.
Now that you've identified the goals of your Study Abroad experience, it's time to be realistic. Most likely you will not be able to find a program that completely fits your needs, this is why you should prioritize your goals. Try ranking you goals starting with 1 being the most important to you. For example, place 1 for budget if money is the most important factor in choosing a program for you.
To find a program that fits you best, use the Program Comparison Chart to help you visualize the pros and cons of each program.
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