All semester program students are responsible for
registering for their own classes. But don't worry, we'll give you
all the details on how to do that. By the end of
October, you'll be receiving an email from our office with
full instructions on registering for your spring semester classes.
The email will include a list of all the classes you were approved
for by your dean, as well as a registration "cheat sheet" that
lists the CRN for each class and the process for entering
everything into UIS. Please note that you'll also be responsible
for registering for any online classes you plan to take, so don't
forget about them! If you have any questions about the registration
process, or if you don't receive a registration email, just call
our office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Making Changes to Your
If you would like to make changes to your
registration once you are abroad, you must complete a
Registration Request Form. This form allows you to request
academic approval to add, drop, withdraw or apply for the pass/fail
option. If you are unsure of who your academic advisor is, please
Course Descriptions for the courses offered abroad are
here. If you would like to add or drop courses, or if you
have any questions about the courses you signed up for, please feel
free to contact our office via email or at (718)
All students who wish to take a language class while abroad are
required to receive approval from the Department of Languages and
Literatures prior to departure.
Booklists for Spring 2014
Booklists for all program will be posted here at least one month
prior to the program start date. Check back often to see if your
courses have been added. For any questions regarding textbooks,
please contact us.
The Academic Calendar for the Global
Studies programs is different from the calendar for the New York
campuses. Please make sure you are using the Academic
Calendar for our programs before making any travel plans for
you or your family.
The Office of Global Studies is always working to
keep our program fees as low as possible. One way we are able
to do so is by making financial commitments for accommodation,
meals, and other program related expenses well in advance of the
program's start date.
We understand that plans, as well as personal situations, may
change. We ask that you familiarize yourself with the
Refund Policy before making your deposit so that you are
aware of the potential impact of withdrawing from the program prior
to, or after the start of, the program.