Faculty-Led Programs and Other International Opportunities

Each year, UNC offers several study abroad programs led by UNC faculty member(s), non-credit international service learning opportunities, and international internship programs in a variety of disciplines and locations. 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 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.

Students will be automatically enrolled in these courses through OES (Michener L50) upon receipt of the completed application by the CIE-Study Abroad Office and the coordinating program deposit.

Faculty-Led Programs

Interim 2013

Service Learning in Russia

Spring Break 2014

Field Studies in Nicaragua

Choir in Italy

Summer 2014

Yucatán Expedition: History and Culture of the Yucatán Peninsula (Mexico)

Business Courses in Italy and Lithuania

Opera in Germany (PAST DEADLINE)

Community Psychology in England (PAST DEADLINE)

Shakespeare in London (FULL)

Field Studies in Morocco (POSTPONED)

French Language & Culture in Aix-en-Provence, France (PAST DEADLINE)

Other Summer International Opportunities

Summer Camp in Japan

Summer Internship in China

Korean Cultural Exploration (non-Credit) (PAST DEADLINE)



Check individual program pages for application and deposit deadlines!