In wake of the recent elevation of the U.S. Department of State Global Health Advisory to “Level 4: Do Not Travel,” its highest level, Mason and the Global Education Office have cancelled all summer study abroad programs. Follow GEO's latest updates here.
GEO staff will help guide you through the process.
Create a profile online and start working on your application. Apply for scholarships and submit required documents. Once you have been accepted, you will be asked to commit and complete a pre-departure orientation.
The key to funding study abroad opportunities is to research and identify multiple scholarships and grants to support your goals and to start EARLY. Mason’s Global Education Office and Office of Financial Aid are prepared to provide you with a number of resources available to make study abroad more feasible and affordable. Remember, the more you apply, the greater your chances are for funding your study abroad experience. Check out available scholarships and grants below. The number and amount of awards may vary depending on the pool of applicants and funding available. Additional programs may become eligible for scholarships after the posting of this information so keep checking back.
|Johnson Center, Room 235
4400 University Drive, MS 2B8
Fairfax, VA 22030
|INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY NUMBER:
|Building||Fairfax Campus, Johnson Center|
|Office||Room 235, second floor, above the food court|
Are you planning international travel that is university-sponsored or related but is not part of a GEO study abroad program? If so, register your travel with MasonGPS! Students pursuing independently arranged international educational travel experiences, such as internships, independent study, service learning, or dissertation research, must register their travel through this system. This ensures adequate insurance protection, timely notification, and institutional support in the event of a travel emergency or international crisis.