Study Abroad Basics for Isenberg Students
Do you want to study abroad? Want to learn how to get the process started? When to go? What classes to take (or NOT take) abroad? How grades and credits transfer back to UMass? How to stay on track with graduation requirements while abroad? If so, this info session is for you! We’ll cover the most FAQs for Isenberg students!
Remember: it is never too early to start planning. First year students are encouraged to attend!
Note: it’s helpful to view IPO’s Essentials meeting prior to this session, though it’s not required to attend.
Spring Dates (live sessions via Zoom):
Tuesday, February 15, 9:00-9:45 AM
Tuesday, March 1, 9:00-9:45 AM
Friday, March 4, 9:00-9:45 AM
To join, please use this link: https://umass-amherst.zoom.us/my/susancareyadvising
Questions? Please contact Susan Carey: firstname.lastname@example.org
Study Abroad ICAF Approvals (Thursdays and Fridays, Beginning Feb. 10th)
Do you have course descriptions that need to be reviewed by an Isenberg advisor? Does your ICAF need to be completed and signed?
Sign up for a quick, 15- minute virtual appointment and complete your ICAF with an Isenberg academic advisor. We offer availability every Thursday and Friday morning!
To prepare, please bring:
- an ICAF with the top section completed (Name, ID, Term, Program Name and Location, etc.)
- A list of courses that you hope to enroll in while abroad (include a few extra courses as back up options)
- Course descriptions or syllabi
Make an appointment here: https://umass.campus.eab.com/ (select “ICAF-Signature” as the Service).
View Study Abroad Policies for Isenberg Students
Note: These are meant to be quick appointments for students in the advanced stages of their abroad planning. If you need a more in-depth discussion with an Isenberg academic advisor, please contact the Undergraduate Advising Office in N230.