When your student makes the choice to study abroad, you may not be sure what to expect or how their experience will affect you as well. Check out these resources to help prepare yourself as you seek to support your student throughout their experience. Be prepared to support your student before, during, and after their experience abroad.
We're very pleased your student has chosen to study abroad with us. The letter contains information that students may fail to pass along to those who feel a need to know.
How to maintain communication with your child while they are abroad
How to determine whether your child should study abroad
Advice for parents who are apprehensive about letting thier child travel and study in another country
How Study Abroad has proven beneficial
Regarding Expense and Delay in Graduation
IIEPassport provides an online resource center for parents whose student is considering, participating in, or has returned from a study abroad experience. This comprehensive guide helps parents understand the benefits of study abroad, communicating with your student before, during, and after the experience, financial tips, and much more!
Studyabroad.com has compiled a list of questions and answers commonly asked by parents whose student is studying abroad. Please be aware that this guide provides very general answers to commonly asked questions. Feel free to contact the Study Abroad Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more specificity taking particular programs into account.