- International Programs
- Int'l Degree & Education Abroad
- Int'l Student Advising & Services
- Int'l Scholar & Faculty Services
All study abroad and internship applicants are required to pay an OSU application fee. See the Application Fee page for details. SEA Semester waives the application fee for Oregon State University students.
Order an official transcript to be sent to your study abroad advisor or program coordinator by the application deadline. College transcripts must be official and sent directly from your institution to SEA Semester Admissions.
Order one transcript from each institution you have attended and have earned 15 credits or more.
OSU official transcripts can be ordered through the OSU Online Services student account or through the Office of the Registrar.
Complete an application form: Create an online application account and submit all of the required application materials.
Remember: You do NOT have to pay the SEA Semester application fee. Ask your Education Advisor for the waiver code.
Although most travel with SEA Semester is within the United States, a passport valid for six months beyond is required. Apply for a passport immediately if you have not done so already. Visit travel.state.gov for an application.
List your full name on each. Submit the essays and writing sample via your SEA Semester online application account.
Submit two (2) academic references, at least one of which is from an instructor (i.e. professor, academic advisor) who has taught you within the past year. Login to your SEA Semester online application account to submit reference requests electronically. Be sure to talk to your references first before you send the requests.
All students are required to return this form. See the Health Disclosure Form page for details.
All students are required to complete this form. See the Academic Planning Form page for details.
Be sure to follow all of the instructions provided by the SEA Semester staff and respond to their communications in a timely manner.
All students are encouraged to visit their primary care provider before going abroad. Information about immunizations and travel health can be obtained from the Travel Medicine Clinic at Student Health Services.
File FAFSA and apply for financial aid for the term(s) of your program.
IDEA will submit a financial aid budget with your estimated cost of attendance to the Office of Financial Aid the term prior to your departure so that your aid award may be adjusted.
Use this form to estimate the total cost of your attendance on the program. Visit the Budget Worksheet page for details.
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