Interested in Studying Abroad?

Start Here

These three easy steps will be key to your successful study abroad application. These steps are geared toward undergraduate business students interested in spending a semester abroad. For other program types, please refer to the program offerings page.

Step 1: Explore the Possibilities

Step 1: Explore the possibilities

Not sure if study abroad is right for you? Have questions about your options? Review our different study abroad program offerings and stop in for walk-in advising with a Center for Global Business staff member. Walk-in advising is optional.

Walk-in Advising: Monday–Thursday ¦ Noon–2 p.m. ¦ 2410 Van Munching Hall

Step 2: Navigate Your Options

Step 2: Navigate your options

Learn more about program options and important details regarding academics, finances, and application steps.

Option 1:  RSVP to the International Education Week study abroad information session & student panel.
Friday, November 22 ¦ 1-2 p.m. ¦ 1326 Van Munching Hall 

More information sessions will be announced soon.

Option 2: Watch the online information session module.

Please note: You must complete option 1 or 2 before scheduling an advising appointment

Step 3: Embark on your Journey

Step 3: Embark on your journey

Schedule an advising appointment with a Center for Global Business advisor to talk about a specific program or answer any follow-up questions. Please bring your advising aid from Step 2 to your meeting. It is also recommended that you bring your study abroad assessment with you.

Schedule an appointment with the advisor for the region in which you are interested.

Kara Korab
Program Manager, Global Programs
Advisor for Europe

Make an appointment with Kara

Greg Rafal
Assistant Director, Global Programs
Advisor for Asia and Australia

Make an appointment with Greg

If you are interested in scheduling a virtual advising appointment, please indicate this in the description box when booking your appointment.

Can’t find a time that works? Contact us via email at global@rhsmith.umd.edu.