Acknowledgment of Program Cost (APC)
The Acknowledgement of Program Cost form was created to help UK students identify the costs associated with their program of choice, what financial aid (if any) would be available to them, and what remaining funding would be needed to make the program financially viable. Note that students who are receiving financial aid from UK must meet with their financial aid counselor before their UK EA application can move forward. Education Abroad applications cannot and will not be rejected on the basis of the information included in this form, but UK Education Abroad Advisors are available to meet with students at the student's request to find alternative programs which best fit the student's academic and financial needs.
Academic Approval Form (AAF)
To complete this form, students must take the syllabus or course description of each class to be taken abroad to the corresponding department at UK to determine the transfer course equivalency.
Any UK student that could not find a program that meets his/her academic, professional or person goals may petition to participate in an external program. Before submitting this form, students are required to meet with an education abroad academic advisor to discuss the program and petition process.
The Education Abroad Peer Ambassador (EAPA) Internship Program is an academic internship offered through the UK International Center. It is open to students from all academic backgrounds who have previously studied abroad.
Non-UK Home Institution Approval Form
The Non-UK Home Institution Approval form was created to ensure non-UK student applicants have been given approval from their home institution before participating on a UK Education Abroad program.
Supplemental Assumption of Risk and Release From Liability Form
Per UK's international education travel policy, undergraduate students may only engage in educational travel in countries or regions under a U.S. Department of State Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) Travel Advisory upon successful completion of a mandatory review process, and with the approval of the Associate Provost for Internationalization in consultation with the college dean, or designee. Undergraduate students may not pursue educational travel in countries or regions under Level 4 (Do Not Travel) advisories.
Graduate and professional students, and GME residents, may only engage in educational travel in countries or regions under a U.S. Department of State Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) or Level 4 (Do Not Travel) advisory upon completion of the same process outlined above, and with the same approval.
As part of the mandatory review process, students must complete the Supplemental Assumption of Risk and Release from Liability Form and submit it to their Education Abroad Advisor via email.
ACE American Insurance Company Trip Cancellation/Interruption- Proof of Loss
If you need to submit a trip cancellation/interruption claim to the insurance provider, fill this form out.