Annenberg Study Abroad Application Information
Spring 2020 study abroad program applications are now open!
DEADLINE EXTENDED. Applications for the London and Rome programs are now due on August 21st. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for application instructions.
Applications for Auckland, Sydney and Hong Kong programs are due September 6, 2019.
Application information and instructions are available here:
Spring 2020 Study Abroad Applications
Students applying for Annenberg International Programs will apply and upload supporting documents online. Interviews are required for the following programs: London, Rome, Thailand, and ICS. Students will be notified of the interview process in the application. We encourage all students to make an advising appointment with our office so we can learn more about your interests and answer any questions you may have.
WHEN SHOULD I APPLY?
- Spring semester program applications will be available online in May (of the preceding calendar year) and due in early August.
- Summer program applications will be available online in early January (of the same calendar year) and due in late February.
- Fall semester program applications will be available online in early January (of the same calendar year) and due in late February.
- Summer graduate internship program applications will available online in October and due in November.
CAN I APPLY FOR MORE THAN ONE PROGRAM?
No, students can only apply for one program. If you meet our eligibility requirements, demonstrate a strong academic and personal interest in the location and institution, and produce a high-quality application (including strong reference letters), you have a great chance of being accepted to your first choice program. While we cannot guarantee acceptance, we are happy to meet with you individually to discuss your application and determine if there is another program that's more suitable for you.
I HAVE AN SJACS VIOLATION. CAN I STILL GO ABROAD?
All applicants' names are submitted to the Office of Student Judicial and Community Standards. SJACS violations are taken very seriously and may result in your application being denied. If you have any history of violation no matter how severe, you are required to disclose the incident on the application.
Questions? We'd love to chat with you via email email@example.com, phone (213-821-1276), or in ASC 140 (Student Services Suite).