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Study Abroad Resources

The latest national report on Study Abroad showed that more than 238,332 students from colleges and universities across the United States went overseas to earn credit during their academic year. Are YOU interested in joining this international group?









To apply for or renew a U.S. passport, visit the U.S. Department of State website



International Student Identity Card (ISIC)

The ISIC is an internationally accepted proof of student status that can serve as a secondary form of ID while abroad and give you access to student benefits and discounts around the world.


ISIC Mastercard

An ISIC Mastercard combines all the benefits of the traditional ISIC membership with MasterCard and partner banks' credit, debit or prepaid payment services.


Practical Info





Practical Information

Student Guide by Nate Nault,'s study abroad expert and editor of The Study Abroad Blog


Busting the Top 10 Study Abroad Myths by Stacie Nevadomski Berdan in the Huffington Post


Studying abroad increases marketability: International programs aid graduates' chances of finding employment by Katryn Macko at FSU


Students Abroad: This site by the U.S. Department of State has a lot of practical information on how to prepare for your travel.


Get the funding you need to go abroad -- Study Abroad Scholarships