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One of your best resources will be the ISEP Web site (www.isep.org): The site affords you an opportunity to research all of the ISEP universities.

The online application can be accessed here. Components of the application include official transcripts, the appropriate application/placement fee, Participant Profile, Host Site Request List, Language Proficiency Report, Educational History Form, Personal Statement, one academic reference, Course Request Lists for each institution selected, and a scanned copy of your passport or the application.

BE SURE TO APPLY FOR YOUR PASSPORT QUICKLY and request EXPEDITED.


MOST IMPORTANT: Check the ISEP Web site to assure that your selected sites are available before applying!

 

  • Deadlines for Spring Semester Placements: Priority placement will be given to applications which are submitted by August 20. Applications will still be considered on a rolling basis for universities that were not full after the August placement round.
  • Deadlines for Fall Semester Placements: Priority placement will be given to applications which are submitted by January 20. Applications will still be considered on a rolling basis for universities that were not full after the January placement round.


For More Information
For more information about ISEP, contact Dr. Keith Dromm, Associate Professor and Director of Study Away Programs, at (318) 357-5179. His email is drommk@nsula.edu.

You can also request information from ISEP by clicking here