2017 Spring Term Applications Being Accepted Online through 5:00 pm, Friday, 9/23!!
- 2017 Spring Term Programs: Cambodia, England (London), Germany, Italy (Florence) and Italy (Sicily)
- 2017 Combined Winter and Spring Terms: Kenya
- 2018 Winter and/or Spring Term Programs: Non-Union Programs (application due in April/William Cady Stone due in February) and Independent Study Abroad (application due in February) Programs. Contact the office for more information.
- 2017 Summer IBM Internships – Internal applications due mid-October via Undergraduate Research
- Click here to view the the Information Session dates and times.
How to Apply Online
- Use Firefox or Chrome for best results.
- Find a program by clicking on Programs, located to the left of the home page and selecting “All Programs.”
You can search by program by name, location or other variables. Be sure to review the program information to make sure it is the correct program!
- Once you have open the page of the program you wish to apply for, click Apply Now.
- You will be asked: Please indicate how you will be logging in.
Select “I have a username and password” and click submit.
Log in using your Nexus/Webadvising ID and password.
- Click on the program name to access your application. Detailed instructions are on the application. Note that a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required to apply with the exception of Cambodia (3.0), London, England (2.7), and Kenya (2.8).
- Study abroad applications are due by 5:00 pm ET on Friday, September 23. The site will not let you add anything to your application after this time.
- Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you seek financial assistance, be sure to check with financial aid. For those who are eligible and going on winter or spring term programs, Gilman Scholarship applications are due Tuesday, October 4, and Freeman Asia Scholarship applications (for Cambodia) are due Thursday, October 13. For assistance in completing one of these applications, contact Lynn Evans, Director of National Fellowships/Scholarships.
Our International Programs Office is a hub for learning about Union's diverse study abroad opportunities. Throughout the year, we offer information sessions on how to plan and prepare for overseas studies. Your major advisor and other professors can also offer advice about studying abroad, and students share their abroad experiences at regular meetings and lunch-time talks. We also provide information and resources for international exchange students whom we welcome into our community.
- Programs at a Glance
- Map of Program Options
- Union College ranks #6, Most Popular Study Abroad Programs (Princeton Review 2017)