1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 3707
Laramie, WY 82071
- Students must have completed 30 credit hours of coursework (at least sophomore standing); Excludes the Spring London Semester Program
- Students must have at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA (some foreign universities require a higher GPA)
- Students cannot be on academic or disciplinary probation
- Students must schedule a mandatory meeting with a Study Abroad Advisor
Every student interested in an international educational experience must work closely with his/her academic advisor and the university Exchange/Study Abroad Advisor. To get started, attend one of our weekly (during the academic year) information sessions:
For all programs, it is best to complete the application process well before the published deadlines.
Apply on or before MARCH 15 (deadline can be extended if programs remain unfilled;however, scholarship deadlines are not flexible)
Apply on or before OCTOBER 15
Apply on or before FEBRUARY 15 (deadline can be extended if programs remain unfilled; however, scholarship deadlines are not flexible))
*Many programs have earlier deadlines! Please check specific exchange programs/providers for those deadlines to ensure you can choose from all possible options for studying abroad.
*Deadlines for some scholarships may be earlier than application dates.
(optional, but highly recommended)
INST 2200 is a one-credit class which prepares students for study in a foreign locale; the class consists of six two-hour sessions (pre-departure) and one three-hour session (upon return to UW), this course will help students adapt to and understand their host country.
General topics include:
Students will also begin to familiarize themselves with the history, geography, and the sociopolitical/socioeconomic contexts of their respective study abroad location.
For information on enrollment, please contact Charles (Chaz) Cook at email@example.com.