Step-by-Step Guide for Students Step 1: Read Eligibility Criteria & Cancellation Guidelines If you have passed the interview with your faculty for a FLCA, congratulations! You must also meet the following criteria in order to be eligible to apply: Be currently enrolled in a full-time program at Durham College Be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.0 Have no holds on your student account Have no records with the Office of Campus Safety *Additional criteria may apply depending on each opportunity. In addition, you are required to read through Education Abroad Cancellation Guidelines before the application. Step 2: Complete Application For a FLCA opportunity, the application has three parts (1 application form + 5 travel forms + 1 travel document) FLCA Application Form (specific to each destination) Assumption of Risks and Release of Liability Agreement Request for Student Travel Outside Ontario Form Traveler Information and Emergency Contact Form Media Release Form A copy of the information and photo page of a valid passport *All of the forms must be completed in Adobe with a digital signature on each of them. *While saving the completed forms, please name each form “Form Name - Student Full Name” (e.g. Media Release Form - John Smith). As for the copy of your passport, please name it “Copy of Passport - Student Full Name”. Step 3: Submit Application Congratulations! You are ready to submit your application for a FLCA opportunity. Please submit all of your completed forms, along with the travel document, to firstname.lastname@example.org by the application deadline. WHAT’S NEXT FOR STUDENTS? The International Education Office will review your application and you will be informed of the result and the steps forward via email within 4 weeks of the submission of your application. Successful candidates may be eligible to apply for a travel bursary/scholarship offered by the International Education Office. Please go to Financial Support for more information. Successful candidates are required to attend pre-departure training and strongly encouraged to access and study all of the resources in Before You Go and While Abroad in advance to ensure a safe experience abroad. Successful candidates who are not Canadian citizens should refer to the Consular Office of the country to which you intend to travel at least 8 weeks in advance.