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College Info Sheets - Highlight major/college specific study abroad information such as the best time to go and popular programs. Please be advised that these information sheets only list a handful of suggested programs and are not the only programs available. For a complete list of programs, students should login to the Compass to search all available programs. 

• College of Art & Design
• College of Engineering Technology
• College of Health Sciences & Technology 
College of Liberal Arts
• College of Science
College of Computing & Information Sciences
College of Engineering
• NTID
• Saunders College of Business

Study Abroad Pathways – Developed by each college to help students in each major identify an ideal time to study abroad. You can get a copy of your college specific pathway by asking your Assistant Dean.

• College of Art & Design
• College of Engineering Technology
• College of Health Sciences & Technology
College of Liberal Arts
• College of Science
College of Computing and Information Sciences
College of Engineering
• NTID 
• Saunders College of Business

Student Application Checklists
Students can use these checklists as a guide to the steps they need to take when applying for study abroad

Overview of RIT Study Abroad 

 

Personalized Study Abroad Blueprint – a tool for students to use to help them understand their goals and priorities when studying abroad. The blueprint is available here as a fillable .pdf (click the link, then download/save it to your computer before filling it out). Working with your advisee on the blueprint can be a good first step in helping them explore study abroad. The blueprint includes resources to help students complete the plan, including links to articles and videos. Students are encouraged to bring their working blueprint when they meet with their study abroad advisor.

Student Application Steps for Faculty-Led Programs
While students going on global campus and affiliate programs meet with a study abroad advisor to go over application steps, students interested in faculty-led programs do not and their main contact throughout the application process is the faculty-director for the program. The Education Abroad office created this short video and this checklist to guide students through the application steps. Please share these resources with students interested in faculty-led programs.