Once a student has completed Study Abroad 101 and has identified a program that is a good academic, financial, and personal fit for them, they should then begin the application process with the Office of Education Abroad (OEA). A meeting with an Advisor in the OEA may be required in order to access the OEA application, or depending on the program type, students may be able to simply request access to an OEA application when they're ready.
STUDY ABROAD 101
The first required step for all UNC Charlotte students interested in going abroad. This interactive, non-credit Canvas course will cover everything students need to know, including program options, costs, academic credit, and more.
Don't miss out on your opportunity to go abroad. Understand when OEA applications open up depending on the term of travel, when they are due, and when they will be reviewed by the Office of Education Abroad.
A student's GPA isn't the only eligibility factor - student status, disciplinary standing, and class standing play a part as well.