The Celtic Studies Program has provided information for students who plan to study abroad. Review your department’s responses to the Major Advising Questionnaires below, then contact the department directly with any additional questions.
Berkeley Programs Questionnaire
No. Major or minors planning on going abroad to Ireland or to U.K. programs must consult in advance with the Student Services Advisor in Celtic Studies for preliminary review of all potential coursework before they apply to a program.
UCEAP Programs Questionnaire
Three courses (12 units) for the Celtic major and two (8 units) for the minor.
No. Students set up an appointment with the Student Services Advisor to create a study list plan.
Advance consultation by appointment with the Student Services Advisor to 1) create study list plan, 2) email UCEAP course links, syllabi (when available) as scanned or other docs prior to application. All potential courses must be reviewed and receive preliminary approval by the 14th week of classes.
It may be possible with advance consultation with the Student Services Advisor during the early half of their junior year. The student would need to be in residence during their final semester at Berkeley to qualify.
The Student Services Advisor reviews and signs off on the form.
Currently we are not utilizing Academic holds for our majors. We contact students studying abroad prior to Phase I registration while they are abroad and require them to contact the Student Services Advisor with confirmation of 1) the courses they are enrolled in while abroad to include course links and syllabi and 2) a proposed study list for the following semester, either for the second semester abroad or UC Berkeley registration for the returning semester. Review and approval is conducted via email exchange.
All major requirements must be completed prior to their final semester abroad with the exception of electives.
Independent Programs Questionnaire
Major or minors planning on going abroad to Ireland or to U.K. programs must consult in advance with the Student Services Advisor in Celtic Studies for preliminary review of all potential coursework before they apply to a semester or year program.