Application Review & Notification
Students who have submitted a complete application by the first or second deadline will be notified via e-mail on the stated notification date. Applicants who apply after these deadlines will be reviewed on a rolling basis and will receive notification 2 - 4 weeks from the date of submission. For more details about application materials and deadlines see the Applying Page.
Accepted students must confirm their intention to enroll.
Confirming your spot
You must accept your offer of admission in order to confirm your intention to enroll via your Enrollment Portal.
An Important Note: All students are recommended to confirm their spot within 2 weeks of receiving notification of acceptance. Please understand that enrollment capacity is limited and if the program reaches capacity before we receive your reservation, you will be placed on a wait list.
In order to be reviewed for an alternate program or to cancel a submitted application, students must submit one of the following request forms.
Program Change Request Form
Any student who has already been admitted, or confirmed to study away for an upcoming term, but who has decided to change their first choice program location, should submit a program change request from, located on their Enrollment Portal. Please understand that change requests will be reviewed on a space available basis and that your application will be reassessed in light of the information you include here.
Students no longer interested in study away must submit a Cancellation Form via their Enrollment Portal.
Students who still want to be considered for study away but for a different program for which they initially applied or were admitted should submit the Program Change Request Form. Applications or admission cannot be deferred.
Please review the frequently asked questions below about the confirmation process, program changes and cancellations. If you are unable to find your answer here, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What time on the notification date will I get my email?
Before midnight (EST)! We aim to send out notification during regular business hours, but if you have not heard by 5 pm don't worry. You will soon!
How do I know if my spot is confirmed?
Once confirmation is received or the deferment request granted, students will receive an email confirming their spot within 24 -48 hours.
I was admitted to one program but I want to change to another. Should I confirm my spot?
Any student who has been admitted to one program but wants to switch to another should complete the program change form. Completing that form does not guarantee admission to the new program. You will be reviewed for the new program and notified of a decision shortly.
If you are sure you do not want to attend the program you were admitted do not confirm (or cancel) your spot. If you still plan to study away at the location you were admitted if not allowed to switch programs, it is advised you confirm your spot.
I cancelled my application but now I want to go. Do I submit a new application?
You can only have one application on file with Global Programs per term. If you would like to reactivate your application, you must contact email@example.com. Your admission to the program will be dependent on space and immigration restrictions and is not guaranteed.
I was offered my second choice program. Can I be put on a wait list for my first choice?
If you are certain that no other program except your first choice program will be an option, you can request to be put on a wait list. By going on the wait list, you will be forfeiting your spot in your second choice or any other available program.
The wait list is not a first come first serve process. As space becomes available, we will review all students as part of a larger pool. If we determine that we are able to add students to the cohort, we will review the entire pool and consider the academic requirements of the applicants, in addition to the academic strength of each student, to identify who would be most eligible to receive the offer. We review the wait list cohort as a pool because we want to make the best choice possible, taking into account course preferences and class capacity.