Study Abroad Online Account Login: When you click the “Apply Now” button, you will be directed to an online portal where you can start an application or finish an earlier one. If you have questions or cannot access your account, contact email@example.com or call 253.692.4426.
UW Study Abroad (Seattle)
UW Study Abroad (Seattle): This office manages all international study opportunities for the UW Seattle and Bothell campuses. UW Tacoma students are eligible to participate in most of these programs and are encouraged to consider the vast range of options available.
UW Study Abroad Administrative Fees: Students who study abroad on one of our programs pay a UW Tacoma Study Abroad Administrative Fee as well as a UW Seattle Study Abroad Administrative Fee. This page explains what that money is used for.
Sample Application Questions
Sample Application Questions: The study abroad application consists of four main components, including three essay questions. To see examples of these essay questions, click on the link above.
Recommendation: Those interested in studying abroad must submit one recommendation from a professor, advisor, staff member, or supervisor as part of your study abroad application. Learn more about this process by clicking on the link above.
Passports: Need to get or renew a passport? This website explains the process.
U.S. State Department: Want to learn more about a specific country before applying to a program? Need to make sure you're prepared once you've been accepted to a program? This website is a comprehensive resource, whether you'd just like to learn more about a country, or are looking for a specific travel or health warning. Once you have been accepted to your study abroad program, you may consider signing up for the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP), which is a free service that allows U.S. citizens to enroll their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.
Currency Exchange: Curious how far your spending money will go in terms of foreign currency? This website can tell you.