Resources for Study Abroad

This page contains valuable resources for Lasell students who are considering applying or have already been accepted to study abroad in an upcoming semester. There are also study abroad resources for academic advisors and faculty at the bottom of the page. 

Video Tutorials 

Study Abroad Course Selection and Approval Process - This tutorial explains the process for selecting and getting study abroad courses approved through the Lasell study abroad application. 

Next Steps after You've Been Accepted to Study Abroad- This tutorial explains the next steps in the study abroad pre-departure process after students have been accepted by Lasell's Office of International Services.

Visas for Study Abroad 101- This tutorial provides an overview of the study abroad visa pplication process. Please note that not all countires require a student visa and more specific information will be provided to students after they've been accepted to a study abroad program. 

Resources for Students 

Previously Approved Courses List - This is a historical list of courses that previous Lasell study abroad students have taken. The course list can be searched and filtered by study abroad program or by discipline. This will give you a sense of what types of classes are offered at many of our programs abroad.  It is not guaranteed that all courses on this list will be offered in the semester you go abroad. It is important to first look at the study abroad program's website to see the courses that are available the semester you plan to go abroad.   

Mango Languages- A language learning tool available through Lasell's library that prepares learners for realistic conversations and strengthens everyday communication skills in over 70 world languages.  Lasell users may access Mango automatically when detected in the campus IP range, or remotely by entering their 14-digit Library barcode number from their Torch Card when off-campus. Anyone may proceed to use Mango as a "guest," but in order to test language levels, save progress and so on, students should create an individual log in.

Enrollment Verification Request Form for Study Abroad Visas- If the country where you plan to study abroad requires a student visa, you must complete this form and email it to at least one week prior to your visa appointment. 

Registrar and Financial Aid Information- An informative handout with details about courses and financial aid 

Helpful Tips for Preparing for Study Abroad- A pre-departure resource with information about banking, cell phones, and more!

Outside Scholarship Opportunities

Packing Tips- Packing suggestions from Lasell's Global Ambassadors

Liability Waiver - All students must sign and submit this document as part of the study abroad application before their semester abroad.

Resources for Academic Advisors

Information Sheet for Academic Advisors

Study Abroad Reference Letter for Faculty