Students who apply to study abroad are required to attend one of the mandatory information sessions and a pre-departure orientation. As per the Educational Policy Committee (EPC) guidelines, students who do not attend these sessions will not be permitted to study abroad.
Complete the Intent to Study Abroad Form and your Program-Specific Application. It's your responsibility to pay attention to all Haverford and program-specific deadlines.
The Travel Resources site contains health and safety information, links to passport/visa requirements, and other travel information for all students and faculty who plan to travel/study abroad.
Our resource guide will provide you with information about studying abroad and help to relieve your anxiety about what to expect.
Our student evaluations give a helpful and comprehensive overview of our study abroad programs.
Mental Health Abroad: Goabroad.com published a helpful resource for self-care in mental health abroad, titled "Meaningful Travel: Tips and Tales."
As you explore your study abroad options, consider aspects of your identity. Taking the time to learn about social norms, cultural differences, and local practices will help you navigate how aspects of your identity may be perceived and treated in your host country. Here is a list of resources to help you get started.
Our fee structure reflects the belief that all students, including those receiving financial aid, should have the opportunity to study abroad. Students on financial aid are required to apply for available scholarships.
International students studying at Haverford on an F-1 visa have specific requirements when it comes to studying abroad. Make sure you understand the process and policies before applying.
Planning on Applying to Medical School?
Students planning on applying to medical school can study abroad! Learn more from the Health Professions Advising office.