Skip to Content

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Loading...

View All

Welcome to R-MC StudioAbroad!
Your R-MC semester abroad adventure begins here, where you can:

  • Search for study abroad programs using criteria such as region, country, city, language or term, and read extensive descriptions of each program listed. To do this, click on PROGRAMS at the top of this page.You can explore program information without creating a profile or logging in, and we encourage you to do so.
     
  • Create a profile  If you would like to save the programs that interest you most, or to apply for study abroad, you must create a profile. To do this, click on LOG IN/REGISTER in the upper right corner of this page.
     
  • Apply for semester and year-long programs  To begin, go to any program 'brochure' and click on APPLY NOW. You will be directed to begin an Advising Application, which is Step 1 of the application process. Clicking on Apply Now does not commit you to applying for any particular program, it just gets the advising process started. 
     
  • Submit application materials, often using an electronic signature.
     
  • Track the progress of your application.
R-MC has a two-step application process
Step 1: Advising. Create a profile in StudioAbroad, then click on Apply Now (found on any program description page) to start an Advising Application. Fill out the advising questionnaire and schedule a time to meet with the study abroad advisor to discuss your particular plans and options.

Step 2: Applying. After you've met with us and determined which programs are the best fit for you, the next step is to submit your application materials to the R-MC Office of International Education. Only after you have been nominated by the OIE to study abroad will you complete the application process for the host university or program provider of your choice.

Applications for Spring 2015 have closed, but advising is always available
Look for Study Abroad Information Sessions held during the first weeks of the new semester. Applications for semester abroad in Fall 2015 or for the 2015-16 academic year will be available on September 1st, and due to the OIE in November 2014. You may create a profile or start an advising application any time of the year.