Faculty Guide to Study Abroad



 

Go Abroad, Young American

A recent article published in Foreign Affairs by D. Patel encouraging students to study abroad in the post-Covid-19 era.

Faculty Guide to Study Abroad

Interested in learning about how study abroad works at Puget Sound? Have advisees with questions about study abroad? This document is intended to guide faculty through the process.

Create/Lead a Study Abroad Program

When proposing new programs or overseas research projects with students, it is recommended that faculty review the study abroad travel advisory.

Adding an Approved Program

For faculty who would like to add a new third party semester program to the list of supported study abroad programs, faculty can submit their request for a new program by using the New Study Abroad Program Request - Faculty.

International Programs staff will submit new proposals to the faculty-led International Education Committee (IEC) for review and acceptance.

Faculty Recommendations for Study Abroad

Thank you for assisting students with their Puget Sound Study Abroad applications. If you have any questions about the recommendation form online please call us at 253-879-2515 or email us at internationalprograms@pugetsound.edu.

International Visitors

International Programs supports international scholars hosted by Puget Sound through immigration assistance and pre-arrival information. Departments are encouraged to invite an international visitor to campus. Categories appropriate for the Exchange Visitor J Visa include visiting professors, research scholars, or short-term scholars. International Programs does not provide funds to support these visitors. Contact International Programs if you’re interested in bring an international visitor to campus.

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