Workshops & Activities

Study Abroad Events

Upcoming Events (for prospective and current Education Abroad Students)


September 10 - STUDY ABROAD FAIR

Join us for an interactive opportunity to learn about all education abroad options available to you - short terms programs, semester programs, third-party and exchange options, costs, courses, and much more. Representatives of partner organizations are present and ready to answer your program specific questions.
     Main Campus C/D Atrium   10:00am - 4:00 p.m.


This immersive workshop is designed for students who wish to learn more about Education Abroad opportunities available at Stockton University. Do you feel overwhelmed by the options, confused by curriculum choices, afraid of financial unknowns and generally lost in the sea of possibilities? If so, feel free to join us and learn about the Pillars of Education Abroad (Curriculum, Budget and Personal needs), understand how course approvals work, get comprehensive Financial Aid advice, hear from the Study Abroad Alumni, and ask questions as we go. No RSVP or prior registration is necessary. Room closes at capacity - first come first serve. For more information, please contact Study Abroad Advisor Natalja Manger.
     Main Campus F-111   4:30 - 5:50 p.m.


     Main Campus F-111   4:30 - 6:00 p.m.


     Main Campus F-111  4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

December 7 - MANDATORY STUDY ABROAD PRE-DEPARTURE ORIENTATION (for Spring & Summer 2020 applicants)

The mandatory Pre-departure Orientation is the final step in education abroad application approval and must be attended by all University-sponsored students (credit or non-credit baring experiences). The Orientation is designed to provide the following information:

  1. International travel preparation and packing tips;
  2. Money matters (budgeting, currency, cash/cards);
  3. Best way to acclimate upon arrival;
  4. Tips for apartment living (how to establish house rules and stick to them, safety/security, cleanliness, noise, Provider role);
  5. Tips for Homestay living (how to establish a good relationship with the family from the get-go, food, water/paper product use);
  6. Emergency preparedness;
  7. Intercultural communication and tips for effective immersion;
  8. How to manage homesickness - it happens to everyone;
  9. Weekly routine - management of time, study and travel;
  10. Course registration and Housing application renewals for the following semester.

Students will hear from Education Abroad alumni and hear first-hand accounts of trials and successes abroad. Title IX and Students Rights and Responsibilities representatives will also prepare students for a smooth transition into life abroad.
      Main Campus F-111 9am - 1:00pm (morning refreshments will be provided) Parents are welcomed and encouraged to attend.