Georgia Southern offers first-class opportunities for you to live and learn abroad. The Center for International Studies will help you earn valuable academic credit toward your degree program as you learn about other people and places, broaden your cultural horizons, and enhance your career opportunities.
Georgia Southern University offers faculty-led summer study abroad programs around the world in a variety of academic fields. Courses on the below programs are taught in English. Please visit the Study Abroad Resource Room (Forest Drive Building, 1316) for more information about applications, costs, credits, and scholarship opportunities.
Georgia Southern University offers summer intensive language programs in French, German, Spanish, and Arabic. Opportunities to study Japanese, Korean, and Russian are also available. Students at all levels of language – from beginning to advanced – are encouraged to participate on these programs. Please visit the Study Abroad Resource Room (Forest Drive Building, 1316) for more information about applications, costs, credits, and scholarship opportunities.
The European Council of the University System of Georgia sponsors large, multi-disciplinary summer study programs for students in popular locations in Europe, including St. Petersburg, Berlin, Madrid, Paris, Waterford, and London.
In courses taught largely by faculty from Georgia colleges and universities, students blend classroom experiences with group and individual travel as they earn academic credit at their home institutions. These programs bring together students and faculty from across Georgia to share in four or five week intensive learning and travel ventures.
Please visit the Study Abroad Resource Room (Forest Drive Building, 1316) for more information about applications, costs, credits, and scholarship opportunities.
- England (London)
- France (Paris)
- Germany (Berlin)
- Ireland (Waterford)
- Russia (St. Petersburg)
- Scotland (Edinburgh)
- Spain (Madrid)
The Summer Study Abroad Program in Montepulciano, Italy allows students the opportunity to live and study in historic and scenic Tuscany, while completing six hours credit from a wide range of courses in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Fine Arts. Throughout the four-week program, students live in historic apartments scattered throughout one of Italy’s most-scenic Tuscan hill towns.
In addition to classroom activities and lectures, students take eight field trips to various locations throughout Italy, including Rome, Florence, the Vatican City, Siena, Assisi, and Pisa. Using many of these destinations as a point of departure, students spend their three day weekends in Pompei, Sorrento, Cinque Terre, Venice, and Milan.
Kennesaw State University has overseen this study abroad program, a consortium among Georgia College & State university, Georgia Southern University and Kennesaw State University, since 2000.
Minority Health International Research Training
Undergraduate and Graduate minority nursing students will be involved in clinical research about disparities in the care of patients & families with chronic illness in the USA, EU, Thailand, and Latin America. They will develop research skills by participating in research planning; collecting data, managing and analyzing data; interpreting results; and disseminating research findings. MHIRT fellows work directly with faculty mentors, focusing special attention on research ethics and research team roles. Integral to the MHIRT program, each fellow will design an individually tailored research career. One semester of international study is included.
For information about MHIRT, please click here.