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Study Abroad

The College of Lake County provides students with a variety of courses as well as short-term international study tours which contribute to an understanding of the relationships between the cultural, economic and political systems of other nations and our own. The college also participates in foreign study programs that give students an opportunity to reside and study in another country for an extended period.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are your office hours? Where are you located?

  • How much does it cost to study abroad?

  • When can students study abroad?

  • When do applications open? When are application deadlines?

  • Where will students live while abroad?

  • How do I apply for a passport?

  • As a DACA recipient, can I study abroad?

  • Do I need to be able to speak another language to study abroad?

  • How do I receive course credit for studying abroad?

  • What is the point of studying abroad?

  • What is the application process?

  • Can F1 non-immigrant visa students study abroad?

  • Do I need a letter of recommendation?

  • What funding opportunities are available?

  • How can I use and market my study abroad experience?

For further information, please contact:

Jacob Cushing
Student Records & Department of Global Engagement
(847) 543-2733

Violeta Ramirez
Senior Administrative Assistant
Department of Global Engagement
(847) 543-2471


20 Questions Answered: Study Abroad

CLC student Amanda Platt shares her experience and answers the most common questions about CLC's the study abroad program.