Washington State University
BUSINESS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL

ORGANIZATION
10.43
New 11-06
International Programs
335-2541

Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs

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ADMINISTRATION

The Global Learning department of International Programs administers and coordinates faculty-led study abroad programs for the University.

International Agreements

International Agreements (IAs) are processed in accordance with procedures in 10.42. In addition to applicable procedures in that section, individuals and departments initiating faculty-led study abroad programs are responsible for applying the following procedures.

Global Learning

The Global Learning department within International Programs works with the appropriate department and college to develop and monitor all faculty-led study abroad programs. Working together, Global Learning and the faculty director implement and administer the program.

When developing a faculty-led program, contact Global Learning for assistance. Refer to the following website for more information:

http://ip.wsu.edu/global-learning/education-abroad/home.html

AGREEMENT REQUIREMENTS

Any faculty-led study abroad program involving a third-party provider and/or educational institution requires the completion of an IA. (See 10.42.) The Global Learning department of International Programs is responsible for agreement development for faculty-led study abroad programs and related third-party payments. These agreements define all aspects of for-credit WSU programs between a specific college or academic unit of WSU and a third-party provider and/or educational institution in the US and/or in foreign countries.

Agreements must address:

PROCEDURES

Procedures for faculty-led study abroad program development are outlined briefly below:

Additional Approvals

In addition to required approvals for any international agreement (see 10.42), these agreements require approval in the following order: