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Application Process

The Study Abroad Application process is simple and straightforward. Every step of the application process is administered through the Baruch Study Abroad Office. This section is designed to help you navigate the process, and you will find answers to most of your questions here.  Do not hesitate to contact the Study Abroad Office if you need more information. 

Before you Apply
Accessing the Study Abroad Application Portal
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Academics & Course Credit

When completing your Application to Study Abroad, you will be asked to find courses at the host institution, obtain syllabi or other documentation to help the departments make the decision, and suggest an equivalent Baruch College course.

Tips for Completing your Application

The Study Abroad Office has prepared some tips to help guide you  through the application process for study abroad.

Course Equivalency Approval Requests

All Baruch students who study abroad must have the courses they wish to take abroad approved by the chair of the relevant Baruch department. The Course Equivalency Approval Request (CEAR) Form has been designed to facilitate the approval of courses at foreign institutions.

Additional Study Abroad Requirements

Once your Application to Study Abroad has been submitted, reviewed and approved, there are some additional steps to be done, depending on the type of program you have applied for.

Getting Ready to Go

Now that you have a handle on your Applications to Study Abroad, it is a good time to think about the things you need to do to make sure you are ready to study abroad!

Passports & Visas

If you do have a passport, make certain that it is valid until for at least six months after the end of your proposed study abroad program. Most semester study abroad students will need a student visa. Visa requirements vary from country to country, and regulations may change at any moment.

Before You Depart

In this section we want to give you a few suggestions about how to get started thinking about the new culture you will be encountering, and how best to make the most of that encounter, and to offer some links about health and safety while studying abroad.