Resources for Approved Students
Realize Unlimited Possibilities
Deciding where to study off-campus can be a complex decision, but once a destination has been selected there are a number of steps students must complete to reach their destination. Below are a number of resources that should aid students through this process.
This process can be time consuming and stressful. However, the benefits of studying off-campus both internationally and domestically are rewarding academically, professionally, and personally. The Office of International Education is here to help students through this process. Feel free to contact us with any concerns or questions.
- Courses and Credit Transfer
When thinking about classes, students often have questions about choosing classes, transferring credit, seeking departmental approval, or dropping & adding courses. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions and responses from the Office of International Education.
- Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
Information regarding student financial aid and various off-campus study scholarships.
- Important Links
Remember, we've done this before. Here are some helpful links for your experience, from health and safety info to currency conversion.
- International Student Identity Card (ISIC)
The International Student Identity Card provides full-time students with various discounts and also serves as a form of international identification.
- Previously Approved Courses for Engineers
Previously approved courses for biomedical, civil, chemical, mechanical, and electrical engineering students can help you understand the kinds of courses that have been approved historically.
- Previously Approved Course List (non-engineers)
This previously approved course list can help non-engineering students to understand the kinds of courses that have been approved historically.
- Returning to Bucknell
A note from Nora Samuelson '05, Swedish Program alumna offering advice as you re-enter life at Bucknell.
- While You Are Off-Campus
While you are off-campus, you are so busy learning new and exciting things, returning to Bucknell might be the last thing on your mind. However, it is important to remember that while you are off-campus, you should be making preparations for your return to campus.