1. Complete the Complete the Study Abroad Interest Form
2. Go to the
Horizons Symplicity application site and view which study abroad programs are approved by Providence College The following majors have major-specific lists from which they are
Health Policy Management The following majors have major-specific lists from which they are
strongly encouraged to choose:
Theater, Dance, and Film
Majors without a specific list may choose any PC-approved program. Program listings can be found on the
Horizons Symplicity application site.
3. Choose the program that best fits your academic and personal goals for study abroad. You may also schedule an appointment with a CIS staff member to discuss which program(s) might be a good fit. Majors in the School of Arts & Sciences and School of Professional Studies meet with Denise Miller. Majors in the School of Business meet with Grace Cleary.
Appointment requests must be made by phone. Please call (401) 865-2114 to make an appointment.
4. Apply for study abroad approval. This is done by submitting a completed application via your Horizons account no later than December 1, 2016. Students must choose one (1) specific program for which to apply.
5. Wait to obtain PC approval. This will be granted no later than the first week of the Spring 2017 semester. Students will be notified of their approval status by email.
6. Apply directly to your study abroad program via that program’s website***Students applying to the Providence College Center for Theology & Religious Studies program in Rome or the Danish Institute for Studies (DIS) will submit only one application which grants approval and acceptance at the same time. These applications require an essay and two faculty recommendations by the December 1st deadline.
***Elementary/Special Education majors must have also submitted their Study Abroad Intent Form to the Department of Education by October 13, 2017.
*** In order to balance the number of students intending to study abroad across the academic year, the College reserves the right to restrict the numbers of students approved to study abroad in any one semester.