Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs
Each year, UNC offers several study abroad programs led by UNC faculty member(s). The majority of these programs are 3-6 weeks in length. Typically, these programs run during the interim term, spring break, or summer term. Programs can range from 0-9 credits.
Detailed program descriptions and other information are available from the faculty program directors named at the end of each listing. Programs may be canceled due to low enrollments or other circumstances (usually a minimum of 10 students is required). Applications must be made through the CIE Study Abroad Office in the University Center, rm. 2205.
Programs with Open Applications
Language and Traditions in Xi'an, China (application due March 10)
Brewing Science in London, England (application due March 10)
Criminal Justice in London, England (program is full; waiting list available)
Cross Cultural Comparison of Sport in England & Spain (application due March 10)
Foreign Language in Paris, France (application due by March 10)
European Summer Opera in Germany & France (application due by March 10)
Art History in Tuscany, Italy (application due by March 10)
Spanish Language & Culture in Queretaro, Mexico (application due by March 10)
Language and Tourism in Seoul, South Korea (application due March 10)
Global Health & Disaster Preparedness in the West Indies (application due by March 10)
Rainforest Conservation and Development in Guyana (application due July 21)
Earth Science and Environmental Change in Ecuador (planned for August + Fall term)