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Proposal Process and Deadlines

Faculty-led study abroad programs offer a unique academic experience abroad. Share your area of expertise with students in a new setting, and inspire students through learning experiences beyond the classroom. The Office of Global Engagement and the Study Abroad team can help you develop a program that will influence both you and the students for years to come.


Faculty-Led Program PhotoDevelop a Program

Faculty, departments and Global Engagement/Study Abroad team work together to develop programs. Consider your academic area, cultural competencies for student development, activities you would like to pursue, destination(s), and logistics. Discuss your ideas with your department head and the study abroad program director for guidance on how to proceed. It typically takes 12-15 months to develop a new program.


Propose a Program

Applications are available online and require information on the program, faculty, recruitment, partner (if applicable), academics, and budget. 

September 1 -- Faculty proposing new programs must complete the Program Information, Faculty and Program Requirements and Recruitment sections of the application. 
September 1 -- Faculty leaders proposing a recurring program must begin their application by September 1 and notify the study abroad program director via email of their intention to run their program. Global Engagement staff will fill out their proposals with previous proposal information as much as possible and notify recurring faculty leaders to review, confirm and add new information.

October 1 -- All proposals due in full. 


Start a proposal here. 


Program Approval

Global Engagement will review the program and schedule a budget meeting with the faculty leaders and the department Business Services staff. 

Once a budget is developed, the program will be approved by Global Engagement, the faculty leaders, the department head, the department Business Services staff and the college dean.


Contact

Monika Galvydis
Study Abroad Program Director
monika.galvydis@usu.edu or 435 797 1253