Graduate students who intend to travel overseas independently for university-related or sponsored international experiences should complete the International Travel Authorization process starting with the application link below.

Please note that the International Travel Authorization Application has two parts. Once Part 1 has been completed, please allow the Office of Global Services up to two business days to review. After review of Part 1, an automated email will be sent with instructions and a link to Part 2 of the application. 

International Travel Authorization Applications will not be processed until Part 2 has been successfully submitted.

Students who are traveling to an Elevated Risk Region should plan for additional review time.

For an approximate timeline of review please refer to the step-by-step process guide below. 

Law Center students will go through a separate process for travel approval. Please contact the Office of Transnational Programs for more information.

Graduate Students Traveling in Groups

Graduate students traveling in groups should complete a group travel authorization application instead of an individual travel authorization application

Start Part 1 of International Travel Authorization Application

Application instructions and preview


 

Step-by-Step Process Guide

Step 1

Traveler completes Part 1 of International Travel Authorization Application

Timeframe

At least 4 weeks prior to departure

 

Step 2

OGS reviews Part 1 of International Travel Authorization Application

Timeframe

Within 2 business days of receiving Part 1 of application

 

Step 3

Traveler completes Part 2 of International Travel Authorization Application

Timeframe

At least 3 weeks prior to departure

 

Step 4

OGS reviews International Travel Authorization Application for completeness

Timeframe

Within 1 week of receiving Part 2 of application

 

Step 5

(Elevated Risk Regions only)

OGS sends International Travel Authorization Application to Travel Review Committee (TRC);
TRC reviews International Travel Authorization Application

Timeframe

Allow 1-2 weeks

 

Step 6

(Elevated Risk Regions only)

Provost's Office, EVP or Designee reviews International Travel Authorization Application

Timeframe

Allow extra 1-2 weeks

 

Step 7

OGS notifies traveler of International Travel Authorization Application decision
and provides travel safety resources

Timeframe

Non-Elevated Risk Regions: Immediately following OGS application review for completeness

Elevated Risk Regions: Within 2 business days of receiving application decision from TRC and Provost/EVP

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