How to Apply
Faculty Led Study Abroad Application
Our faculty-led programs are short-term courses, running from 1 to 4 weeks, that integrate experiential learning with more traditional classroom experiences.
They are designed and led by one or more Flagler faculty members and typically involve 7 to 30 students, depending on the number of faculty per trip.
Application Due Dates
February 24th: Last day to apply for the Unger Family Scholarship. Packets must be sent to the Study Abroad Office.
Independent Study Application
An Independent Study Abroad can be a component of a semester or course, or it can be a stand-alone, credit-bearing course. The semester abroad can be done everywhere in the world, under the travel state warning list guidelines.
For application forms please contact the Study Abroad Office.
Application Due Dates
- Applications for Fall Independent Study Abroad must be submitted by May 31st of the same year.
- Application for Spring Independent Study Abroad must be submitted by September 30th of the previous year.
- Applications for Summer Independent Study Abroad must be submitted by January 31st of the same year.
Exchange Program Application
Submit the following documents to Julia Galan, Director of Study Abroad and International Students (email@example.com):
- Unofficial Transcript
- Personal statement of no more than 1 page explaining your interest in the program
- 2 letters of recommendation
Application Deadline: Friday, March 3rd, 2017 at 11:59 pm
How do I get accepted?
Acceptance is based on merit following a fair and transparent selection process. The Flagler College Exchange Selection Committee seeks and recruits students from all disciplines. The following materials are necessary for all applications:
As a general rule, the Flagler College Exchange Selection Committee expects that students should display two or more of the following attributes:
Student is full-time with a minimum GPA of 3.0. The student transcript demonstrates a history of course selection, credit load, internships, and undergraduate research experiences commensurate with the curriculum offerings of the exchange institutions.
Student demonstrates originality and innovation in the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, or business through such venues as research presentations, case studies, writing projects, translation experiences, internships, video production, or exhibits.
The student demonstrates a history of community service that has impacted particular individuals or groups. Special recognition is given to service learning, fieldwork, or internships that show civic responsibility and engagement.
Student demonstrates experience leading groups and providing direction by teaching, training, organizing, or managing a group or organization. Marks of leadership include peer esteem and the ability to achieve common goals with or on behalf of others.
Director of Study Abroad and International Students
Office: Wiley Hall 101