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Global Partner Programs

Apply Now!

For summer applications, please choose the 2023-2024 academic year. For fall and year-long programs, please choose the 2024-2025 academic year.

Step 1: Complete the initial application using the “APPLY NOW” link above.

Step 2: Log into your application and complete all Part 1 requirements.

  • Program Selection
  • Student Agreement
  • Covid - 19 Waiver
  • General Statement of Responsibility
  • Acknowledgement of Overseas Emergency Medical Insurance
  • Education Abroad Application Fee: $150
  • Submit

Step 3: Education Abroad will pre-approve your application.

If you have not received communication in one week after submitting Part One, please contact our office at edabroad@sc.edu

Step 4: Log into your application and complete all Part 2 requirements.

  • Financial Aid Pre-Screen Form (Students doing summer programs who are not not using financial, do not need to complete this form.)
  • Passport Upload
  • Medical Information
  • Acceptance Letter 
  • Education Abroad Approval Form 
  • Pre-Departure Modules 

Step 5: The Education Abroad Office will complete your enrollment in the INTL placeholder course and mandatory overseas insurance. For spring applicants, you will be notified of your enrollments and sent final approval in late November/early December. For summer applicants, approvals will be sent in late April. For Fall/Academic Year applicants, approvals will be sent in mid-late July. Please note that if your application materials are incomplete, you will not be enrolled in either the INTL course or insurance.

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Please note: You must also apply directly to the Global Partner Program of your choosing on their website.

If you have already applied for Part One and need to get back into the system to complete Part Two of your application, you can do that here.

This application system is not compatible with mobile devices and Safari.

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Opting-Out of Global Partner Housing

In accordance with industry standards, USC requires students participating in Global Partner programs to reside in the housing provided by that partner. We follow this practice to promote the health and safety of students, as independently found housing arrangements do not always represent a safe or positive living experience for the study abroad students whom we support. If you feel your circumstances merit an exception to this policy (e.g. you require accommodations that are not available in program housing), please contact the Education Abroad Office as early in the application process as possible.


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