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Interested in Teaching a Course Abroad?

Have you thought about teaching a course abroad and /or connecting your course to an international experience? UNC’s Center for International Education is working to expand short-term, faculty-led programs for 2019. On Tuesday , September 10th, we will be hosting a Faculty Forum for all faculty interested in leading a faculty-led study abroad or those who need a refresher, for Spring break or Summer 2019.

Room location:

Candelaria 1375.

Time: 11:30 to 1:00PM

Faculty-led Application Overview

At these forums, CIE will be offering a Study Abroad Faculty-Led Application Overview:

  • Learn how to make your Faculty-Led a reality
  • Meet with one of our approved provider programs that can assist you in planning and promoting your course abroad
  • Learn about the Faculty-Led proposal process
  • Learn about potential scholarships for your students
  • Learn how Extended Campus can assist with creating a budget and building your course in Banner

Guest Speaker

On Tuesday, September 18th, we will be joined by a guest from Worldstrides ISA, Customized programs,  Julie Alexander.  During her undergraduate career, Julie studied abroad in London where her impassioned spark for international travel and education ignited. She went on to complete her M.A. in Communication and Media Studies and taught as an adjunct instructor for nearly 5 years. Julie possesses experience teaching and working as both faculty and administrative professional staff at 2-year and 4-year higher education institutions. She brings this background with her as she consults with faculty and study abroad offices to create unique educational travel experiences that engage students to expand their perspectives and knowledge.

Why Worldstrides? : WorldStrides ISA Custom Program is an integrated travel partner, working as an extension of our university , Worldstrides/ISA can help to select destinations, customize an itinerary, an execute a flawless program on your education goals. Faculty from the home institution teach their curriculum abroad (with optional use of local adjunct professors). 

The Center for International Education Study Abroad Office, provides various levels of support to assist UNC departments with faculty-led program development. We look forward to working with you soon.