Student International Travel Registration

  • To ensure the safety of individuals the University establishes travel authorization, insurance, security, and training requirements. All UVU faculty, staff and students who travel abroad on bona-fide university business are required to register their travel plans with the Office for Global Engagement.
  • Campus policy requires all faculty, staff and students traveling abroad to purchase International Insurance from UVU's Insurance Provider.
  • Travelers must comply with the requirements established in all University policies, including policies 142, 251, & 252.
  • The following requirements must be completed at least ONE MONTH prior to departure. Last minute registration(s) may not be processed on time.
  • If you do not have a passport you will need to apply for one at least 2 months prior to you departure. Click here for information on applying for a passport.

 

UVU students planning to travel abroad (Non-study abroad)

These steps are for students traveling internationally on: Internships, Field Trips, MBA  International Engagements, Leadership Trips, etc.

  1. Complete the Travel Registration online form. 
  2. Complete the Export Control (online form), additional information about export control is available here.
  3. Sign & submit the Assumption of Risk & Release (online form). 
  4. International Health and Evacuation Insurance: You will receive an email from Customer Service from UVU's insurance provider, GeoBlue, that instructs you to register using a Certificate Number provided in the email so that you can print out an insurance ID card.  For some international internships and/or international travel programs, you will be required to pay for this insurance. You will receive an email with instructions for paying for the insurance from internationaltravel@uvu.edu if you are responsible to do so.

*Note: Students planning travel to regions under US Department of State Travel Warning or CDC Warning Level 3, must submit an Exemption Request for Travel and an High Risk Travel Waiver/Release form to the Office for Global Engagement. Both forms must also be sent to internationaltravel@uvu.edu.

Non-UVU Participants 

Approved Non-UVU participants (i.e. spouses of MBA students, community members on non-academic programs) must complete the following:

  1. International Health and Evacuation Insurance: Non-UVU participants will receive an email from Customer Service from UVU's insurance provider, GeoBlue, that instructs them to register using a Certificate Number provided in the email so that they can print out an insurance ID card.
  2. Sign & submit the Assumption of Risk & Release. Minors under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian completethe Assumption of Risk & Release (under 18) 

International Internships

    • Consult your college’s Internship Coordinator.
    • Complete Internship Orientation Training.
    • Ensure that the International Memorandum of Understanding is completed by your internship provider.
    • Apply for and register for academic credit with your Internship Coordinator
    • Complete all assignments given to you by your Faculty Supervisor
    • Begin the international internship application process at least six weeks prior to departure.  Starting earlier than this will also increase your chances of ensuring all requirements are completed prior to departure for your internship.
    • Complete the International Internship Application prior to applying for academic credit.
    • Complete the Travel Registration online form, including a $25.00 registration fee.
    • Complete the Export Control (online form), additional information about export control is available here.
    • Sign & submit the Assumption of Risk & Release (online form). 
    • International Health and Evacuation Insurance: You will receive an email from Customer Service from UVU's insurance provider, GeoBlue, that instructs you to register using a Certificate Number provided in the email so that you can print out an insurance ID card.  For some international internships and/or international travel programs, you will be required to pay for this insurance. You will receive an email with instructions for paying for the insurance from internationaltravel@uvu.eduif you are responsible to do so.

*Note: Students planning travel to regions under US Department of State Travel Warningor CDC Warning Level 3, must submit an Exemption Request for Traveland an High Risk Travel Waiver/Release form to the Office for Global Engagement. Both forms must also be sent to internationaltravel@uvu.edu.