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A Faculty Led Study Abroad is a short-term (typically one week to four weeks, though length can vary) travel course that usually integrates experiential learning at the program site (whether domestic or international) with more traditional classroom experiences and assignments. A Study Abroad is designed and led by one or more Flagler faculty members and typically involves about 7 to 30 students, depending on the number of faculty participating in the trip. To participate to a faculty-led trip students should contact the faculty program leader or the Study Abroad Director.
Last day to send, electronically, all the appropriate application forms to the Study Abroad Director. Anything submitted after this date will not be reviewed until the Study Abroad Committee reconvenes in the Fall.
In order to have a valid study abroad/away program this is the last day to electronically send the application fully documented with all the appropriate forms and signatures. Programs submitted by the date will receive final approval after October 15th.
Last day to apply for the Unger Family Scholarship. Packets must be sent to the Study Abroad Office.
Last day to present the GPA to Student Appeals. All the required documents must be sent electronically to the Study Abroad Director.
Last day to present the students list. The students do not have the possibility of the GPA appeal. Students added between March 3rd and March 31st must have a GPA over 2.5. It is the program leader’s responsibility to ensure the GPA of a minimum of 2.5 point grade. If the GPA is lower than 2.5, the Study Abroad Director must drop the student from the list and the program leader is directly responsible for any type of reimbursement.
Summer Flagler College tuition must be paid.
By this date all the Study Abroad Programs must have an orientation meeting including the SA Director regarding the State Department’s Office of American Citizens Services and Crisis Management (ACS).
Students must return the application forms (with all the signatures, copy of passport, and proof of insurance with coverage outside the U.S. territory) to their program leader.
By this date the program leader must turn in all the students’ applications to the Study Abroad Office.