Talk with an Advisor

Not sure that study abroad is for you?

Do you have more questions about the international experience? The Bryan School’s Study Abroad Peer Advisors (SAPAs) can offer advice to you on study abroad opportunities. Your SAPAs are students who have studied abroad for a semester to a year in France, China, Denmark, Australia, the UK, Spain, Italy, Germany and many other countries. They are all pursuing majors within the Bryan School of Business and Economics, such as Marketing, Economics, International Business, Entrepreneurship and Business Administration, just like you.

Interest meetings are held by SAPAs and are a great way to learn about studying abroad. They will help you learn about the following:

  1. What is required to study abroad
  2. What your study abroad options are
  3. The benefits of studying abroad
  4. The application process
  5. What to expect when studying abroad
  6. What your next steps should be

Through talking with them, you can discover why studying abroad could be right for you.

Please contact us to set up an appointment with a SAPA or to find out when interest meetings are being held.

Do You Want to Become a Peer Advisor?

Study Abroad Peer Advisors (SAPAs) are an essential part of helping students learn about and go through the process of studying abroad. If you are interested in becoming a SAPA please contact us.

Contact Information:

Phone: (336) 334-5928
Visit us at Undergraduate Student Services in the Bryan Building, Room 301 on the third floor.