Earn course credit toward your degree while studying with College of Education programs in Europe, Asia, Africa, or Latin America. Or, take advantage of partnerships at schools around the world to earn additional course credit or teaching experience.
Our study abroad trips offer a variety of times and courses, which can be taken during semester breaks, during a short session, or for a full semester. Each program blends coursework with experiences that allow you to also learn about the people and culture of the host country.
Whether it's a high school science class in Australia or an elementary school class in South Africa, as a participant in the Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching (COST) program, you learn first-hand what it means to be a teacher in a global society.
During this month-long program, students will use reflections, discussion, and theoretical readings to explore where language and culture come together, and how this affects the teaching of ESL/EFL.
Interact with educational leaders and students, experience Ghana's vibrant culture and get involved in the community during this 12-day program in December.
The six-week study abroad in Ireland program is for both undergraduate and graduate students who want to learn more about delivering educational and social services to people with developmental disabilities in Ireland.
During Maymester, 15-20 students and UGA faculty directors work with pre-school, elementary, and middle-school students and teachers in Modena, Italy.
This program will give you a Scottish experience while expanding your knowledge about education in an international context. You will leave with a broader view of the world and educational systems, while experiencing a different culture.
A study abroad experience in Scotland specifically designed for master's degree students specializing in strength, conditioning, and fitness.
Learn medical practices and techniques used in Taiwan, plus various traditional Chinese therapeutic techniques used to treat athletes of all levels.
Spend Maymester in England and Scotland with an emphasis on reading and literature.