International Travel Preparation Guidelines

Intended audience
PI and research team
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Time to complete
< 1 hour
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Course Summary

This course is an introduction to international travel preparation for students at Stanford University. It provides a set of steps you should take and resources you should research prior to your departure. The course will help you understand the scope of issues that can arise when traveling, potential pitfalls you may encounter, and the resources that are available to you.

How to Get the Most From This Course

To begin learning, use the navigation menu on the right side of every page to get a bird’s eye view of the content on the page.  Links on each page are located in two places: throughout page and compiled in a list at the bottom of each page in the section titled Related Items. 

The course is sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Research.

Module 1: International Preparation Guidelines

 

1.1 Get Ready

1.2 Stay Healthy

1.3 Be Safe

1.4 Be a World Citizen

1.5 Resources

Module 2: Certification of Your Completion

 

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