Section 21 Introduction
(Last Modified on March 22, 2019)
This section details the business procedures for study abroad programs, to ensure sound and consistent financial management of these complex operations. All study abroad programs administered solely by a University System of Georgia (USG) institution or in conjunction with a private provider must adhere to all state accounting rules and Board of Regents policies.
The policies included in this section apply to all USG institution led study abroad programs. Programs run in conjunction with private entities or non-USG institutions should adhere to these polices as closely as possible. In addition to the financial aspects of study abroad programs contained in this section, institutions should also consult the USG Study Abroad Handbook for best practices regarding risk management, academic programming and program management located at https://www.usg.edu/international_education/study_abroad/study_abroad_handbook.↑ Top