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Winter Break 2022 Mason-led Programs Now Open


You can now apply to study abroad during Winter Break 2022.
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Inside U.S. Foreign Policy


Do you or someone you know want to learn about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into building international relationships and tackling global issues? Are you interested in hearing what it’s like to work as a diplomat straight from the source?
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Studying abroad in spring 2022? U.S. Passport Agency Experiencing Delays


If you are planning on studying abroad and do not yet have a passport (or need to renew) do it today!

Routine service is taking up to 18 weeks from the day an application is submitted to the day a new passport is received. The 18-week timeframe includes up to 12 weeks for processing and up to 6 weeks for mailing times on the front and back end. Expedite service (for an additional $60) can take up to 12 weeks from the day an application is submitted to the day a new passport is received.

Processing times up to 12 weeks for routine; up to 6 weeks for expedite and up to 6 weeks for mailing times on the front and back end.

Click here for the most up to date information: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports.html
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"Black Peaks" - Movie about the Nepal Program


Watch a student-produced movie about the Conversation Storytelling in Nepal program in Nepal. Info sessions available in July.
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Study Abroad Week at Mason


Save the date! Mason Study Abroad Week will run from Sep 20 to Sep 24, 2021.
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COVID-19 Travel Updates
Latest Updates and FAQ around COVID-19
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Mason Awarded Scholarship to Dublin City University
As part of Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration, the Global Education Office (GEO) recently competed in Education in Ireland’s 2021 Global Greening campus initiative.
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Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) Scholarship, Spring 2022
FEA invests in deserving U.S. undergraduates who are least likely to study abroad. More than 100 volunteer reviewers read applications each cycle. In partnership with them, we consider financial need, demographic factors, and academic plan and preparedness to decide our scholarship recipients.
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