USAC is a non-profit, university-based organization offering students opportunities to study abroad in dozens of countries across the globe. While abroad, students immerse themselves in classes alongside other American students, and the curriculum is often tailored toward an American audience.
Fort Lewis College has collaborated with USAC to provide scholarships for eligible students; not all types of financial aid are applicable. Students who embark on this journey will pay their tuition and program fees directly to USAC.
ISEP is a non-profit organization connecting to over 100 universities worldwide, providing a broad exchange opportunity spectrum. Students pay FLC tuition, additional fees, and a room and meal package. While tuition waivers are possible here, all forms of financial aid, except work-study, are welcomed.
As with USAC, Fort Lewis College and ISEP have partnered to offer scholarships to students, making studying abroad more accessible.
Partner Exchange programs introduce students to a unique structure of reciprocal agreements. Students pay their home school tuition and fees, and an international student will take their place at Fort Lewis College. The beauty of this program is the rich cultural interaction, as students typically attend classes with peers from the partner country and other international scholars.
With financial aid broadly applicable, including tuition waivers, students can engage in courses that may be department-specific or spread across the entire Campus.
Finland (Åbo Akademi University) requires 100,000 euro for the insurance. Please ask the International Programs Office to guide you to select the correct insurance policy.
Since Australian Semester 2 starts in July, which is our summer term, you will be registered for summer instead of Fall so that your financial aid will be properly distributed for your need while you study in Australia.
Because you will be registered for summer term for financial aid purposes, when you come back to FLC for following the winter term, you will not be able to register until open registration (even if you are a junior or senior). Please plan accordingly.
Students are required to purchase OSHC for visa purpose. You will be billed once you receive your acceptance letter from Charles Darwin. Until you pay the fee, you will not receive your COE (Confirmation of Enrollment) code, which you will need to apply for your student visa.
You can apply for JASSO scholarship at the time of admission. If awarded, the student will receive a monthly stipend of 80,000 Yen (currency converter) and relocation allowance of 80,000 Yen (paid once, upon arrival).
Additional programs offered on campus are either faculty-led or sponsored by a faculty member via independent study. Students should contact individual faculty members for information and application requirements.
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Scott MillerSEVIS OfficerInternational Student AdvisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 970-986-6898
Yuriko MillerStudy Abroad AdvisorEmail: email@example.comPhone: 970-986-6922