Imagine taking classes in the United Kingdom, Germany, or China. Experiencing academic courses through the prism of another culture provides you with a rare opportunity to gain new perspectives about teaching and learning. Most Bryan students can study abroad at some point during their time at UNCG, but some programs have stricter eligibility requirements than others. Making your study abroad decision is just as involved as choosing a major or minor, so setting goals and planning ahead is a key to a successful study abroad experience.
It is never too early to begin planning. We suggest starting to plan about one year before you go. Here’s how:
Choosing your study abroad program will be a fun and exciting time in your academic career. Be sure to give yourself time to research, talk to advisors and reach out to study abroad alumni for advice.
Director of Undergraduate Student Services and Retention
To learn more, schedule an appointment to talk with a Study Abroad Advisor by calling the IPC Office at (336) 334-5404 or by visiting 207 Foust.
Their receptionist will work with you to schedule an “Options” appointment, where you will learn the basics about international program opportunities.