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 1) Complete and submit responses to study abroad survey sent to you. Your responses inform study abroad advising and, if you choose, can be shared with prospective study abroad students.opportunities.

 2) Have your transcript sent to Kathy Landon at landonk@beloit.edu for conversion into Beloit College grades and credits and posting to your transcript.

Notes:

  • Grades received abroad appear on transcripts, but are not used to calculate cumulative GPAs. The exception is for courses with Beloit College course codes, such as Cities in Transition and summer block courses
  • Grades earned through domestic off-campus study do figure into Beloit College GPA calculations.

Put off-campus study on your resume

Consult with LAPC about the skills you developed while abroad and how to translate these into entries on your resume and talking points in job interviews.  Consider these tips.

Become a Study Abroad Ambassador 

Study Abroad Ambassadors advocate for study abroad and earn .25 units of credit for participating in group discussions, undertaking readings and various assignments, and conducting outreach activities.  Ambassadors learn to apply a critical lens to their experiences abroad and play a key role in encouraging other Beloit students to study abroad.  Contact:  brewere@beloit.edu

Volunteer at the Off-Campus Studies Fair

Volunteer at the September off-campus studies fair to share your experiences and encourage other Beloit College students to study abroad. Contact oie@beloit.edu or call 608 363-2269.

Share Advice at Study Abroad Orientations (October, April)

Suggest a discussion prompt and/or facilitate a table top discussion with students headed to your study abroad country or region. Contact oie@beloit.edu or call ext. 608 363-2269.

Present in the International Symposium

Held every November during International Education Week, the International Symposium provides a forum to share the academic, personal, and professional growth that you achieved abroad with the rest of campus. Most presentations last 20 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of Q&A, but panel discussions, posters, and other alternatives are encouraged. 

If presenting in the spring makes more sense, participate in the Student Symposium in March.