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Verify that your travel plans comply with Stanford's International Travel Policy

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For undergraduate students, Stanford-sponsored or Stanford-organized trips are prohibited to countries or regions and locations within a country where International SOS risk rating (either the medical risk or travel risk) is “High” or “Extreme,” or where there is other reliable information of significant health or safety risks  for either the country destination, or for the particular region or location of intended travel within the country destination, or where there is other reliable information of significant health or safety risks. To determine a location’s International SOS medical and travel risk ratings, click “Know My Risks” and select the destination country (immediately below and to the left of “Learn About Your Risks”).

No university funds or resources may be used, university sponsorship provided, or academic credit awarded, in support of travel to these locations. All individuals engaging in university-sponsored travel must comply with all applicable travel policies.

For undergraduates only: if you are in compliance with Stanford's International Travel Policy, sign the International Travel Policy Acknowledgment and Agreement Form and submit it to your program sponsor. If you are not in compliance with Stanford's International Travel Policy, discuss your options with your program sponsor. See Travel Exceptions Conditions, Criteria, and Process for more information.

Timeframe: 
At least 6 months before your trip (or before you consider an opportunity)

Link: 
International Travel Policy Acknowledgment & Agreement Form

Pre-travel Risk Assessment