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What is “residency” and will it interfere with studying abroad?

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What is “residency” and will it interfere with studying abroad?

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The University has a graduation requirement referred to as “residency”, i.e., if you are earning a degree from the UIUC campus, then you should physically be present on the campus and have taken UIUC courses. However, attendance at another institution under an ACES or University of Illinois Study Abroad Programs for which students are registered in Urbana-Champaign does not interrupt residence.This list of questions and answers was adapted from the College of Business FAQ section and used with kind permission from the College of Business Director of Study Abroad.

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