FAU Program Providers
A program provider (also know as an affiliate) offers program packages to various destinations. Program providers have done much of the work for students and offer housing options, a variety of courses, student activities, excursions, and occasionally flights. An affiliation is a non-exclusive agreement between FAU and the program provider.
Programs affiliated with Florida Atlantic University offer specific benefits to students. The benefits offered vary from program to program and may include, but are not limited to, affiliate specific scholarships, affiliate program guide/travel books, alumni networks, monthly newsletters and discounts on study abroad add-ons such as excursions. Students are permitted to use program providers other than those listed below but must have the approval of the Office of International Programs (OIP) to ensure proper credit transfer. Students should consult with OIP first before applying to a study abroad program.
Students interested in studying with a program provider listed below or with another study abroad program provider not listed are required to submit a completed FAU study abroad application to the International Programs Office, GS 212Q. After submitting an application you will be contacted to set-up an advising appointment to discuss the programs that interest you.
Need a FAU study abroad application? Click hereInternational Studies Abroad (ISA)
Offers programs in various countries
FAU students can also consult the following web sites to search for study abroad programs.
These web sites offer information on a variety of study abroad programs and locations. OIP and FAU do not manage or monitor the contents provided on these individual sites. This information is made available solely as a possible resource and informational guide.
Please note ALL summer program options must be approved by the Office of International Programs prior to student applying. Students wishing to participate in a summer abroad program MUST submit a completed FAU study abroad application to the Office of International Programs.