How To Apply
How to apply in six easy steps.
Visit your study abroad office
Your study abroad advisor or designated ISEP Coordinator can help you through the study abroad process and advise you on what to look for in ISEP programs.
Start your application
Make sure to get submit your ISEP Exchange application before priority deadlines.
Find out how your credits will transfer
We recommend you speak with your ISEP Coordinator or study abroad advisor, as well as your academic advisor to understand how your home university transfers credits from courses taken abroad.
Gather your final application materials
This includes your academic reference, official transcript and a language evaluation (if applicable). If you are taking the TOEFL exam, you can submit your score report to ISEP by inserting our code 9250/ISEP during registration.
Submit your application!