Below please find some of our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) from faculty and advisors and answers. If your question isn’t answered please contact us.
How do I contact SAI?
In addition to regular contact information, faculty and staff can contact SAI through their SAI University Relations representative. If you haven’t yet had contact with an SAI University Relations representative, please fill out this form.
SAI is an intentionally small organization committed to building personal relationships with our partners. We pair exceptional academic offerings with robust services and deep local knowledge to offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences. For more see Why SAI.
Who can participate in SAI programs?
While we manage a great group of SAI-affiliated universities, we welcome students from all universities, no matter their affiliation status. If you have any questions about how your students can participate, please contact University Relations staff.
What services does SAI offer?
At SAI, we pride ourselves on our personalized service, and are delighted to work with faculty, staff and students to create unforgettable study abroad experiences. Faculty and staff have the benefit of direct contact with experienced SAI University Relations staff members who can offer an array of services to help study abroad offices discuss our programs. For information please see University Services.
What housing does SAI offer students?
SAI housing is included in the cost of all SAI 360° Services Programs. SAI housing is rooted in community, and our housing encourages students to build strong communities both with each other and locals. SAI housing options differ in each city, and include student apartments, dorms and family homestays. Standard SAI housing includes a shared room, although students have the option of requesting a private room for an added fee. For more information see Housing.
Are accommodations available for students with learning and/or physical disabilities?
SAI is committed to doing everything in our power to provide accommodations to all students who require them. Students with disabilities are encouraged to begin planning their study abroad experience well in advance, and to begin their search by speaking with an SAI admissions counselor. This allows ample time to identify the right program for each student, and for SAI to provide accommodations to the best of our abilities. For more see Student Diversity.