Learn about Marquette's study abroad programs at the bi-annual study abroad fair. Attend the fall fair which highlights all of Marquette's programs, or attend the spring fair to explore your summer options and learn about new summer faculty-led programs.
Meet OIE's study abroad coordinators, program representatives and study abroad returnees at both fairs. Find out what taking your education global is all about.
|Summer Study Abroad Fair
Friday, January 27, 2017
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
AMU, 2nd Floor
|Spring Study Abroad Fair
Friday, September 9, 2016
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Following the study abroad fair each semester, OIE holds information sessions covering specific programs within a geographical region. These sessions are led by study abroad coordinators, faculty leaders and program alumni. The complete schedule of information sessions is below.
All students (except business majors who should work with the Office of International Business Studies) interested in studying abroad are first asked to attend a Study Abroad 101 Session. These sessions are designed to be an introduction to the study abroad process and are led by OIE study abroad coordinators or Global Student Assistants. Topics include how to research study abroad programs, finances and scholarships, academic planning and course approval, application procedures, and setting specific goals for your academic experience abroad. No registration necessary.
Study Abroad 101
3 p.m. – 4 p.m. Fridays
OIE Program Center, Holthusen Hall, 4th Floor
Absolutely can't attend a Study Abroad 101 Session? Meet with a peer advisor during walk-in hours every week.
Spring Peer Advising Walk-in Hours:
Location: OIE Program Center, Holthusen Hall, 4th Floor
Step 2: Schedule an appointment with your Study Abroad Coordinator
If you need more in-depth information on particular programs after you have attended a Pre-advising Information Session, you may schedule an in-person appointment with your specific Study Abroad Coordinator by calling our front desk.
But, I just have a really quick question! Have a quick question that won't take more than five minutes to answer? Stop in and talk with a study abroad coordinator during their walk-in advising hours. First come, first serve basis.