Where do you want to be during the spring 2015 semester? Freezing your fingertips off in New York or studying and surfing in Australia? A world of opportunities awaits with Study Abroad.
We know, we know. You’ve barely unpacked your bags and hung up your Keep Calm posters and already we’re trying to get rid of you.
But we just want you to take advantage of as many university resources and experiences as you can. And one of them is Study Abroad, which just so happens to have a deadline looming. Internal applications for spring 2015 study abroad are due by midnight on September 15. Plus, the NYC Campus will host a Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday, September 10, from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. in the Student Union, where you can find out much more about going international.
Not sure where you want to go or how you’re going to do it? Stop by Study Abroad Advising for help on everything from eligibility to international scholarships.
Pace Exchange (use an established Pace relationship) and Direct Enroll Programs are offered at a variety of universities including in Tokyo, Sydney, and London. For Exchange programs, all federal and institutional (Pace scholarships/grants) financial aid can be applied. For Direct Enroll, all federal aid can be applied and up to $9,000 in institutional aid.
Third Party Provider Programs are available from Buenos Aires to Beijing, Mumbai to Madrid, and much more, and allow all federal aid to be applied and up to $9,000 in institutional aid.
Additionally, Consortium Programs are available and include a semester exploring the Mediterranean, French studies in Paris, art and design in Italy, and more. Federal aid applies, but Pace institutional scholarships and grants do not apply.
And this is just a glimpse at what you can enjoy. Visit the Study Abroad website for more information on the opportunities available to Pace students. From Auckland, New Zealand to Zurich, Switzerland, the choices are endless.
Not ready for a full semester quite yet? Travel courses give you a taste of the study abroad experience without committing to a full semester or year. For more info on those, visit the Travel Courses website.
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