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Recommended Resources for Study Abroad

Planning to embark on your international program can be both an exciting and anxious time. What will the experience be like? Are you ready to face the challenges of adapting to a different culture? To ease your apprehension and increase your knowledge, follow the suggested links below or find additional resources by searching similar topics on the Internet. In addition, the U.S. Department of State has a resource for U.S. students studying abroad. The Students Abroad website is a mobile-friendly site designed to provide students and parents vital information related to studying abroad, including how to get a passport to safety information while abroad.

Adapting to a New Culture

Students with Disabilities

  • Mobility International USA. Learn more about MIUSA, empowering people with disabilities around the world to achieve their human rights through international exchange and international development.
  • Access Abroad. The Learning Abroad Center at the University of Minnesota has information on accessibility at study abroad sites and offers a wide variety of programs to meet the range of student needs.



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