CU Denver Programs
Non-CU Denver Programs
Learn about some things to consider when choosing a program
Our application process varies slightly based on the type of program you choose. Learn about your options
See a listing of deadlines for the different program types we offer
Resources for Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Veterans Affairs Benefits
Resources and tips for traveling abroad with physical or mental disabilities
For many students, the hardest part of studying abroad is getting started! The Office of Global Education wants to help make this process as straightforward as possible. This section will provide you with the information you need in order to take your first steps to studying abroad.
Here are some of the most important factors to consider when choosing your program.
The application process for studying abroad will vary slightly based on the type of program you choose. The steps outlined below will guide you through the general application process.
It is never too early to meet with the Office of Global Education to discuss your interest in or plans for studying abroad.
The majority of financial aid that CU Denver students receive for their studies here in Denver may also be applied towards an approved, for-credit study abroad experience.
Traveling abroad with physical or mental disabilities certainly presents challenges, but with proper planning, students with disabilities can have a fantastic experience abroad.
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