Study Abroad 101

The first step in the advising process is to attend a Study Abroad 101 session. Held Thursdays at 3 p.m. and Fridays at 11 a.m. in 242 Foy Hall, these 30-minute sessions provide an overview of the entire study abroad process. You will learn how to choose the right program, begin an application, get credits pre-approved before departure, search for funding, and more.

You can also get more information by attending one of the many events hosted by Auburn Abroad throughout the academic year:

June Events

Jun. 01 | Auburn Abroad @ Camp War Eagle | 9:45 am - 12:00 pm


More Events
Open House

Open houses during Welcome Week and Fall Family Weekend allow students and their families to get to know Auburn Abroad staff and learn about the study abroad process.

Study Abroad Fairs

The bi-annual Study Abroad and Passport Fairs provide an opportunity for students to speak directly with numerous Auburn program directors and non-Auburn program representatives. They can also submit passport applications on site.

Study Abroad Info Series

The Study Abroad Information Series occurs throughout the year and focuses on specific aspects of the process.

Auburn Abroad Presentations

Classroom presentations introduce students to study abroad offerings.


The Annual Photo Contest welcomes entries in a variety of categories from all students who participate in an international experience. Voting is held in September and is open to the general public.

Auburn Abroad Interns

Meet with a peer advisor in the Auburn Abroad office.

Last Updated: June 11, 2017