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Pam Hendrix Center for Education Abroad

Application Step-by-Step

How Do I Apply?

The Pam Hendrix Center for Education Abroad supports all students pursuing international education experiences during their Clemson career. Eligible students must have a 2.5 GPA or higher and be in good academic and disciplinary standing with the University. Students are encouraged to pursue education abroad experiences after their first year.

To start the process, interested students should:

Step 1: Complete the Pam Hendrix Center Advising Application

  • Fill out and submit International Experience Interest Form.
  • Watch the Study Abroad 101 video.

The advising application will help your study abroad coordinator have a more productive advising appointment with you!

Step 2: Search for Program Options

  • Use the Simple or Advanced search tools to discover program options.
  • Explore list of approved third-party programs.
  • If you are traveling outside of the U.S. for a university-related purpose such as attending an international conference, conducting research, participating in creative inquiry projects, traveling with part of a student organization, or similar experiences, you need to register your travel. To learn more, please visit our Clemson Global Travel Registration page.

Step 3: Meet with academic advisor

  • Schedule appointment via CU Navigate.
  • Discuss appropriate coursework to be taken abroad.
  • Make plans for current and future Clemson course enrollment.

Step 4: Meet with Study Abroad Coordinator

  • Schedule appointment via CU Navigate.
  • Discuss programs of interest and explore programs that meet your academic needs.
  • Learn about application process and requirements.

Step 5: Complete Clemson Application

  • If you are applying to a third-party program, exchange program, or direct enrollment program your study abroad coordinator will provide access to your program-specific application. In addition, you will also need to apply to your chosen program directly.
  • If you are applying to a faculty-directed program, you will be assigned to your program of choice within three business days of submitting if specified on your advising application.

Traveling Internationally on Behalf of Clemson University?

If you are traveling outside of the U.S. for a university-related purpose such as attending an international conference, conducting research, participating in creative inquiry projects, traveling with part of a student organization or similar experiences, you need to register your travel. To learn more, please visit our Clemson Global Travel Registration page.