The Office for Study Abroad (OSA) provides administrative support, guidance, and funding for faculty interested in creating innovative study abroad courses for undergraduate or graduate students.
Short-Term Abroad programs can be offered any semester, although this call is for summer programs. The entire course may take place abroad (1-2 months) or it may contain a shorter overseas component (1-3 weeks). Many courses meet several times on campus or online before and after going abroad, and the group size ranges from 10-25 students.
Proposals for new credit-bearing programs, once approved by the chair and dean, are evaluated by the Office for Study Abroad and International Programs for viability and fit with the program overall. Approximately 10-16 short-term programs run each summer.
For more information about Short-Term Abroad, contact Sharlene Juste at [email protected].
Summer 2018 Planning Calendar
|Short-Term Abroad proposals vetted through chairs and deans||September 27|
|Short-Term Abroad proposals submitted online to Study Abroad||October 2|
|Short Term Abroad program approvals sent to schools||November 8|
|Schedule of classes posted online||December 15|
|Summer registration opens||March 1|
Business Short-Term Abroad Programs
Faculty interested in leading graduate business short-term abroad programs should contact Bryan Andriano, Director of International Education and Programs, for proposal review, submission, and approval deadlines. He can be reached at [email protected] or 202-994-3260.