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The Office of International and Summer Program's aim is for students to engage in intellectually rigorous and personally transformative experiences that play an integral role in the teaching and learning that take place on and beyond campus.

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Education Abroad Photo Challenge

Student Photo Challenge

The contest is a great opportunity for undergraduate students to submit photos that tell a story about their time abroad and share their experience with fellow returnees and the greater campus community.

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Emory Explorers

Emory Explorers

Read our selected Emory student storytellers who share their experiences during their time abroad through our blog.

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Education Abroad Advising

The Emory College Education Abroad advising team is now working and advising remotely. Advisors are generally available from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday.

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OISP Upcoming Events And Updates


Summer Programs Info Stop

Wonderful Wed, Mar 22

Stop by to learn about Emory program options for Summer Study Abroad, Summer School courses, and Pathways Summer Internship Funding. Financial Aid Advisor will be on site to answer questions.

Wednesday, March 22 | 11:00am - 1:00pm

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Response To Covid-19

Travel Restrictions

Conditions are changing and will continue to change as the pandemic goes on. In consultations with public health experts, Emory University has developed guidelines and resources for a continued safe learning environment this spring.

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Emory Partners with Latino Youth Leadership

Inspiring Higher Education

Since the onset of COVID-19, the online environment for learning has been tough on all students, especially those who are Latino, Black, and other people of color as well as on first-generation students, who often in the same group.

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