Study Abroad Policy

Students who wish to apply for study abroad courses and programs may enroll for university credit covered by existing academic regulations. Cleary University partners with the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP), and students should meet with their academic advisor to apply for ISEP international placements, internships, and/or courses. Students must be in good academic standing to participate in study abroad and external programs. Students who participate in external study abroad programs (those hosted by another institution or an external consortium or third party provider) must meet with an academic advisor to document any transferability of credits back to Cleary University and must abide by all policies and procedures established by Cleary University and by the external program provider. Cleary University students participating in study abroad must abide by Cleary University’s Student Code of Conduct and abide by any additional behavioral and academic policies instituted for that location, venue, or host country.