International students currently attending JWU can participate in a study abroad program to a third country — a country outside the U.S. that is not your home country. To prepare for leaving the U.S. you must talk with International Student Services regarding re-entry regulations to get back into the U.S. after the program finishes. Secondly, to prepare for entering other countries, you must research entry-visa requirements for each of the countries visited during the program:
Ask the embassy or consular official:
The Study Abroad office will provide you with the following documentation if you need it:
You might need to provide a copy of your flight itinerary, as well. We can also provide other special letters if requested.
Once you learn what you need, please let us know. Do not wait to start this process, as it can take substantial time.