Information about obtaining a final transcript from your program, and how those grades factor in to your USC recrod.
We sincerely hope your time abroad was enlightening, rewarding, and fun! No doubt you have had some unique experiences over the last few months or year and we hope that you're readjusting to life in the States.
Even now, you probably have a lot of questions — particularly ones about how to turn your overseas experience into something that will look attractive to a future employer or graduate school, or how to reach out to students here on campus who are considering studying abroad. Click on the links below for useful information.
Much like going abroad, coming back home after time abroad can be a rough transition on the system. Recognize the symptoms and pick up some tips for re-entry.
Eager to share your experience? There are a number of ways that you can get involved with Overseas Studies:
- Become an Overseas Studies Ambassador. Help promote study abroad while sharing your experiences with interested students.
- Submit an entry in our Photo, Essay, and Video Clip Contest.
- Volunteer to help with the Study Abroad Fair, an Info Session, or a pre-depature orientation program.
Please email us if you are interested in any of these opportunites or you have other ideas on how you'd like to get involved with Overseas Studies.
Is the continuation of your academic career your next step? If so, you'll find some useful information in this section.
Visit this section to learn about opportunities for funding graduate and post-baccalaureate study abroad.
Need guidance on how to incorporate your international experience into your resume? Want to know where you can start looking for work overseas? Check out this section!