Studying abroad allows students to combine academic coursework with an overseas experience, making their education even more globally relevant. GPC students can find an array of study abroad opportunities. For eligible students, financial aid can be applied towards the costs, and scholarships and stipends are available for approved programs. Students should plan at least six months in advance and work closely with a study abroad advisor or program director throughout the process.
To be eligible to study abroad, students should have completed all required Learning Support/ESL coursework, have a minimum current 2.0 grade point average, and be in good academic standing. Eligibility requirements for non-GPC programs vary.
For additional information about current programs, visit the GPC website (www.gpc.edu/gpcglobe).