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RIT Global

If you're a Rochester campus student thinking about studying abroad, meeting with the RIT Education Abroad office will jump-start your international experience! 

Just getting started?

Before meeting with a study abroad advisor:

  • Watch this video, which gives a basic overview of study abroad at RIT
  • Visit our website's Study Abroad & Your Major section and download the study abroad info. sheet for your college to do some initial research on programs

Meet one-on-one with a study abroad advisor

A one-on-one meeting with an advisor will help you solidify your program choice, discuss specific courses you are looking to take, go over specific application steps, learn about scholarships, and more. 

Both in-person and Zoom meetings are available. Once you’ve chosen your appointment time, you’ll receive a confirmation email. Remember to add your appointment time to your personal calendar. 

One-on-one advising Meetings for Students Applying for Spring 2025 and beyond programs

Arcadia, CIS, CIEE, DIS, IES, SAI, SRISA, School for Field Studies, SUNY Oswego, Syracuse

Roseanne Hernandez
Choose appointment day/time


RIT Croatia, Dubai, Kosovo semester programs and exchange programs (ex. Doshisha University, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Technical University of Applied Sciences, Wurzburg-Schweinfurt, Design in Dessau, etc.)

Myles Chalue
Choose appointment day/time

Unable to find an open appointment time that works for you? Email to find an alternate time that works with your schedule.

Interested in a faculty-led program?
Contact the faculty director for more information and questions about the program. The faculty director will be listed on the program flyer, in an email you may have received about the program, or in the Compass program description.

Preparing for your one-on-one meeting with a study abroad advisor

Doing some prep work ahead of time will help you get the most out of your meeting.

  • Watch this short video so you’ll be well-informed by your meeting and can spend your advising time going beyond the basics and digging deeper into areas that are important to you.
  • Have you looked at recommended programs for your major? Visit the Study Abroad & Your Major section of our website and print out a copy of your college info. sheet.
  • Have you thought about your priorities in a study abroad program? You can use the Study Abroad Blueprint to help you explore what you're looking for in a program abroad.
  • Have you talked with your academic advisor yet about studying abroad? If not, send them a quick email to get the conversation started and ask about the types of courses you may want to look for in a study abroad program based on the courses you have left to fulfill.