Juniata Study Abroad Application Form
Welcome to the Juniata study abroad application page for Semester/Full Year programs in 2014-15. The on-line application form is one part of the application process. Please see below for additional steps to complete the application process.
For Semester/Full-Year applicants, all documents must be submitted to the Center for International Education by December 2, 2013 (NOTE- this is a change in the original application deadline). Select a program of first choice and a program of second choice. Your essay for study abroad should provide a clear rationale for why you are selecting both choices. You cannot be guaranteed placement on the study abroad program of your first choice. Many of the study abroad programs are considered limited enrollment (check the program information page) and placement is competitive. The study abroad essay is a key factor in determining why a student may be selected (in addition to gpa and other criteria).
STEP 1 Study Abroad EssayHere is a link to important information regarding the essay.
The three (possibly four) recommendation forms are a required part of your application to study abroad. Please print each form and complete the required sections, including your signature, and submit to your references in time for them to submit by the December 2 deadline. Important Hint: Start this process well before the end of October. Gently remind your references in mid-November. Here is a link to important information regarding the recommendations.
- POE Advisor Academic Recommendation Form Print Here
- General Advisor Academic Recommendation Form Print Here
- General Recommendation Form Print Here
- Language Recommendation Form Print Here
If you are applying to a study abroad site where the language of instruction is not English, you must also submit a language recommendation form (check the program information page).
STEP 3 On-Line Application
Your application can only be submitted with your essay attached. After you submit your application, you should receive an automated response. If you do not, please contact the Study Abroad Advisor.