How to Apply for Study Abroad
Ready to apply for your study abroad program? Knox makes the application process simple for all applicants -- whether you're a current student or a student from another college who's interested in one of our programs.
Knox Programs: Barcelona, Besancon, Buenos Aires
Below are application forms for our three distinctive programs -- Barcelona, Buenos Aires, and Besançon.
Other Study Abroad and Off-Campus Programs
If you're interested in broadening your horizons in our nearly 40 other study abroad and off-campus opportunities, please complete the following:
- Fill out the off-campus study application (PDF), which gives you permission to study abroad.
- Complete the application for your selected program. Applications are available at the Center for Global Studies, located in the Old Knox County Jail building on campus near George Davis Hall (GDH). You may also contact the Center for Global Studies at 309-341-7323.
|Study Abroad Interactive Map
From London to Botswana, view our interactive Google map to locate Knox-approved study abroad and off-campus programs. You can also choose a non-Knox program, so you're sure to find your perfect study abroad fit!
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