The procedure is basically the same as when you were physically at the UI. Check ISIS  to see when you are scheduled to register. Before that date, take time to look at classes and see which ones you are interested in and which fit with your academic plan. Then, email your academic advisor to share your thoughts and to make sure you're on track. At this time, also ask for your registration codes. Then, register. Mark the date and time of your registration on your calendar and be sure to be near a computer when the big day comes!
That depends. And the best answer is found on your Credit Approval Form, which you completed and filed in the Study Abroad office before you left. Hopefully you have made yourself a copy of that form and taken it with you overseas.
As a general rule, if you are on a UI program that is taught by a UI faculty member, you will receive U.S. letter grades. If you are on a non-UI program that is sponsored by an accredited U.S. college or university, you will probably received U.S. letter grades. If you are on a UI program that directly enrolls you in classes at our partner university, then our office generally does NOT convert foreign marks into U.S. letter grades and your GPA will not be affected.
Make sure you've talked with your advisor about your study abroad transfer credits . Then, log into ISIS  and go to Student Records - Student Life Management - Degree Application.
If you're graduating with honors, make sure to fill out the appropriate forms.
If you're retuning to Iowa City and plan to live off-campus, use one of these sites, or a similar site, to help locate an apartment:
Most rental companies also have their own websites, so you can see what the apartments look like. Also, get friends and potential roommates to help you search - ask them to take photos of the places their looking and email them to you. Once you find a place you like, talk with your roommates and your landlord about how to sign the necessary documents while overseas. Often, you can have them faxed, emailed, or posted to you, and some renters will even allow you to sign the documents once you return.
If you'd like to return to the UI dorms, visit the University Housing website. If you were living in the dorms previously, you should have already been in contact with them about the terms of your former contract - renew this conversation and then remember to register. Registration for the fall occurs during the previous fall and can be done online. Log into ISIS and go to Student Records - Student Life Management -Housing Application.
If you'd like to start looking for a job while you're abroad, you should contact the UI Pomerantz Career Center . You can speak with their advisors via email, and they have a online recruiting system that allows you to post your resume, even while you're overseas.