Eurospring Planning & Logistics

  • Eurospring features extensive orientation to help you make the most of your experience. Sessions begin in late fall, after the application deadline. For the first eight weeks of spring semester most coursework will be handled on-line and in one-on-one meetings with faculty. You will be required to attend a one-week on-campus orientation course, usually the second week in February. A one-day final pre-departure orientation takes place in March.

  • If you qualify for financial aid, please visit the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid to determine what your spring award will be based on program costs.

    Some MSUM need-based and general scholarships are available for Eurospring. You’ll learn more about these scholarships at the fall interest sessions.

    All U.S. participants must have a valid passport. You will not need a visa. Non-U.S. nationals must determine whether you need a visa, and if needed, are responsible for securing the appropriate documentation both for entry into the UK and other European countries and for entry back into the U.S.

    MSUM hosts a passport drive each November.

    A required evaluation following your Eurospring experience helps MSUM continue to shape and improve the program.

    The ability to lift and carry 50 pounds (your luggage), and the ability to walk several miles per day, including steps and uneven or slippery surfaces.

    Health insurance is included in your program fee. Airline tickets, once purchased, are your property. Therefore, any cancellation penalties are your responsibility, regardless of circumstances. We advise you to purchase trip insurance through a reputable travel agency. Trip insurance policies generally do not cover a change of mind, therefore you should apply only when are certain you want to participate.