Study Abroad

Hello Prospective Study Abroad Candidate:

 Congratulations on your decision to explore study abroad opportunities.  In doing so, you are taking the first important step in making a significant investment in yourself and in your future.   

 We at the Center for Global Studies and Exchange are here to help you realize that goal.  We will work with you to find a program that meets your academic and professional needs and interests, help coordinate the application process as well as conduct pre-departure orientation and post-trip activities.   But first, we must remind you that the application process requires time and hard work on your part.  For starters, you will need to acquaint and familiarize yourself with how study abroad works at Morgan, identify/determine your goals for study abroad, talk with your parents/guardians and academic advisors about your plans and then see if you meet the criteria/requirements.  Then, if you still have questions or would like to discuss your study abroad options, feel free to call us at (443) 885-4027, to schedule an appointment.

 The world is full of infinite possibilities, which is why we invite you to come join us in this exciting voyage of discovery.

 The Staff

   Open House

We strongly encourage you to attend this session if you are interested in study abroad.  It will provide you with an excellent opportunity to learn more about study abroad, ask questions you may have and also meet with other students who have similar interests.  This session may even present you with an opportunity to meet students who have participated in these programs or visiting faculty who are part of exchange programs.

 For general questions about study abroad and for details about the Information Sessions, please contact the Center for Global Studies and Exchange. 

  Resources at Morgan  Do not forget to visit the Study Abroad Resource Room located in Montebello Complex, D-206, from 9:00 AM -4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.  It contains a wealth of information, including information on financial aid and you can even arrange to talk to students who have recently returned from study abroad programs

 The Center for Global Studies and Exchange will plan to organize a Study Abroad Resource Fair at the University Student Center.  Be sure to take advantage of it.


 Study abroad options available to Morgan Students

  • Any of the study abroad/exchange programs offered by Morgan.
  • Participate in a program offered by another institution.
  • Create an independent study abroad program that must be approved by the University through the Center for Global Studies & Exchange.

Application Process: 

Academic Information/Eligibility Requirements

Before studying abroad, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

Class Standing:  The norm at Morgan requires that students complete two years on campus before going abroad.  This is based on the fact that Morgan cannot guarantee that a host institution will be willing to accept a sophomore.

GPA:  While academic year or semester program GPA requirements vary, a minimum of 2.5 is re required.  Students on academic probation are ineligible to study abroad.

Language Requirements:  If you would like to study abroad on a semester/academic year program in a location where courses are taught in the target language, you must meet appropriate requirements.  For semester programs, you should be enrolled in the foreign language the semester before departing and meet program-specific requirements.  Typically, students must have at least four college semesters or the equivalent to participate in a foreign language program.