The Interna*o‐nal House at DU is located on Josephine St. Students thinking about studying abroad during their *me here at DU will want to visit here to get more informa*on.
To begin the applica*on process for any study abroad program at DU, students MUST aDend a Study Abroad 101 Session to learn the basics of applying and choosing a program that is right for them.
During a 101 session, students will go over various programs DU has to oﬀer: the opportunity to be a Cherrington Global Scholar, and the deadlines for applica*ons. Here students diligently listen as a former study abroad student explains the basics of going abroad.
Once students have aDended the necessary mee*ngs, they can begin to decide on a program that is right for them. This shows how many programs DU has to oﬀer.
ANer choosing a country and a program, students need to make an appointment to meet one on one with an advisor. They can call the Interna*onal House direct at (303) 871‐4912 and set up a *me to meet with someone who is knowledgeable about their choice of country and program.
Paris, France is a very popular choice for DU students when they are deciding where to study abroad. DU junior, Meaghan Houghton has aDended the mandatory mee*ngs and is planning on applying to study in France in the Fall.
Students MUST remember the deadline in which their applica*ons are due for the country and program they choose. Advisors will go over this deadline with each student and give them all the necessary paperwork, websites and resources in order to apply.
While abroad, students will have the opportunity to be apart While abroad, students will have the opportunity to be apart of their country’s of their country’s culture, learn a new language and return to culture, learn a new language and return to the United States with many stories to the United States with many stories to share with their share with their friends and family. friends and family.
DU juniors, Chelsea Rebro (leN) and Elizabeth Patch both studied abroad recently (Fall 2011). Both girls chose the Interna*onal Studies Abroad program oﬀered through DU. Rebro chose Bilbao, Spain and Patch went to Rome, Italy. Each returned agreeing that studying abroad is a life changing experience and are very happy the did it. They encourage all DU students to go in their futures.
Here, DU junior Elizabeth Patch (right) is found in Trastevere a small town in Rome, Italy. She is with her roommates (other study abroad students). Patch said Trastevere was a popular hangout place.
Many students explore countries outside of their choice study abroad country. They are encouraged to bring postcards home to remember their travels while abroad. The Interna*onal House has a growing collec*on of postcards highligh*ng students experiences.
No maDer where students choose to spend their *me studying abroad, they are bound to have a great *me. Studying abroad is a very popular thing to do as an undergraduate at DU as they have the highest percentage in CO of students who go abroad. Students hoping to do so during their *me here will want to start looking into it now for Fall 2013. It’s never too early to begin the process.