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Academic Policies and Eligibility

Queens students can participate in multiple international experiences during their undergraduate careers. They can apply their JBIP fund to one program during their time at Queens if they meet the requirements listed below.

Who is eligible to use JBIP funds?

At the time of application applicants should: 

  • Traditional undergraduates enrolled in full-time degree programs
  • Be sophomores in no less than their fourth regular semester of University study*
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.000; You must have this minimum GPA when you apply for a program, when you enroll and take the JBIP prep course, and/or the semester before you travel abroad

*First year students may apply to study abroad on Queens' summer business programs in France and language immersion programs if they wish to participate summer after sophomore year. They should contact the MPCIE before the application deadline to request this exception and must adhere to all other deadlines and eligibility requirements. 

In order to participate in study abroad all applicants must also: 

  • Be in good standing with the Honor Code in the semester he/she wishes to travel abroad
  • Successfully complete the semester's work immediately prior to the program
  • Remain in good financial standing with the University
  • Agree to abide by all University rules and regulations governing study abroad

What if I am a transfer student?

Requirements and Qualifications for using JBIP Funds for Transfer Students

  • Transfer students must meet all of the qualifications listed above
  • Transfer students must have be enrolled as full time students at Queens for four semesters to be eligible for JBIP funding
  • For every semester fewer than four full time semesters at Queens’, the transfer student must pay a supplement of $800 in addition to any supplement and the deposit.

What if I am a senior and have not participated yet?

If you are a senior and have not participated in the program we urge you to consider the faculty-led program that takes place in December.  If you wish to select a program that takes place in the summer after you graduate you must discuss your options with the Director. Students must be currently enrolled at Queens to participate in JBIP so the only options in the summer after Senior year require the student to defer their graduation to August. They may petition to walk in the May graduation ceremony if they wish.    

What if I am a Hayworth student? 

Hayworth students who meet eligibility requirements are welcome to participate as space is available. Hayworth students do not receive JBIP funding so all costs are out-of-pocket. Options are available for all budgets. Please inquire about the full cost of programs with the MPCIE.

Queens University of Charlotte Myrta Pulliam Center for International Education