Office of International Education

Study Abroad with ISEP - Internatioanl Student Exchange Program

For more information about ISEP program options and university members, please visit the ISEP website: www.isep.org and make an appointment with the Study Abroad Advisor (WU 145) to discuss options further.

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Have more questions? Email Kailey with ISEP, make sure to CC studyabroad@ipfw.edu  

Why ISEP?

  • Immersion experience
  • Affordable
  • Tuition, room, and board included in price
  • Access to a wide range of coursesISEP
  • Internationalizes your campus

Where Can I go?

ISEP offers programs with two different types of fees- Exchange and Direct:

Here are the major differences:

 

What’s the Difference?

ISEP Exchange  

ISEP Direct

 

Who do I pay and how much?

Pay IPFW Tuition Housing, Meals to IPFW Student Account  (Don’t pay abroad)

 Fee Sheet

- Pay host institution tuition housing meals to ISEP Exchange  - Pay nothing to IPFW

 

Does my financial aid apply?

    Most financial aid should apply including federal, state, and IPFW aid  

Federal financial aid (Pell grant, loans)  will apply, not IPFW aid (such as Chancellor’s, 21st cent. )

 

How competitive is it?

Chance of placement can be lower especially in England      

Chance of placement is usually excellent

 

Are there scholarships available?

Eligible for a lot of other study abroad scholarships       

Eligible for a lot of other study abroad scholarships

What classes do I take?

Usually regular classes with host country students            

Either regular classes or specialized programs/themes such as international studies, language, summer

When do I apply?

February 8 for Fall or Academic Year then rolling

August 25 for Spring then rolling

February – April for Fall or Academic Year

September – November 1 for Spring

Eligibility

  • Completed at least two full semesters on a college campus, at least one semester at IPFW
  • Full time IPFW student in good academic and social standing
  • Minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA, some programs may be higher
  • Have the personal maturity needed to study abroad

How to Apply

        

Priority Deadline:

        Fall and Academic Year: February 8

        Spring : August 25

  Summer: Varies by program

Students are eligible to apply for programs after the priority deadline based on availability