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**NOTICE: There Will Be No Study Abroad DROP IN hours during Spring Break Week**

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Virtual Drop-In Advising

The Study Abroad Office has weekly drop-in availability. 10-15 minute advising sessions. (You must sign in at least 15 minutes before the end of the advising period.) Use the "Meet with Advisor" tab of the Virtual Advising Center to sign in. VAC Instructions. You will then be prompted to choose a reason for your visit.

Our Winter Quarter 2023 hours are as follows:

  • Mondays 1- 3 PM
  • Thursdays 1- 3 PM
  • Fridays 10 - 11:30 AM

*Sign-in closes 15 minutes prior to drop-in advising end time.

Drop-In Advising via VAC


UC San Diego Global Seminars are five-week long summer study abroad experiences led by a UC San Diego professor.

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Learn about different scholarship opportunities to help fund your journey abroad.

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Fulbright UC San Diego Program

Fulbright at UC San Diego

Apply to a Fulbright! UC San Diego is proud to produce and host Fulbright students and scholars, and has been recognized by the U.S. Department of State as a Top Producing Institution of Fulbright Scholars. At UC San Diego, it is a core mission to build upon our legacy of generating and attracting Fulbrighters.

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Request a Speaker

Invite Study Abroad to be a part of your next event or class! Whether it is presenting an overview of Study Abroad (First Steps) or tabling at your orientation or fair, Study Abroad looks forward to working with your students!

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Kumeyaay Land Acknowledgement

"The UC San Diego community holds great respect for the land and the original people of the area where our campus is located. The university is built on the un-ceded territory of the Kumeyaay Nation. Today, the Kumeyaay people continue to maintain their political sovereignty and cultural traditions as vital members of the San Diego community. We acknowledge their tremendous contributions to our region and thank them for their stewardship."  

Study Abroad UC San Diego encourages students to recognize un-ceded territories within and around their travel destinations, and consider how the world has been impacted over time by global migration and colonialism. For more information on un-ceded territories, visit this interactive map: