Study at the American University of Cairo. This program is supported by a generous scholarship from the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs.
Applications for this exchange program are currently open for the Fall 2023 semester or Fall 2023-Spring 2024
Funding (up to $7,000 per semester; see attached flyer) is available for study in Cairo, Egypt, at the American University of Cairo.
Study a semester or full year in the city of the pyramids and pharaohs. To apply for funding,see the links in the attached flyer.
Applications are due April 15, 2023.
To learn more about the program, visit the Center of International Education website and review this flyer.
Please contact Melissa Ochal if you need any assistance with CofC exchange programs.
**Note: The deadline on flyer is not correct. The correct deadline is April 15th.
Are you looking for an exciting post-graduation opportunity? Would you like to live abroad for a year?
Through its variety of grants, the Fulbright program offers students the opportunity to work, study, and live in another country for up to one year after graduation in one of the over 140 Fulbright partner countries. A Fulbright can be a great way to begin graduate study, continue research, or pursue a meaningful gap year experience.
Students pursuing a Fulbright must have completed their undergraduate degree by the start of the Fulbright grant period and select one of the opportunities listed below.
English Teaching Assistantship: Teach English to students ranging in age from pre-k to college while engaging with the local community.
Open Study: Pursue a master’s degree in one of the many available one-year degree programs, including through a number of field-specific grants.
Open Research: Propose a year-long research project on the topic of your choice in any of the Fulbright countries or pursue one of the field-specific grants in the Arts, Business, or STEM fields.
To learn more about the Fulbright program and the unique opportunities it provides, follow the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards’ social media, which will highlight different Fulbright awards, application components, and Fulbright info sessions and events.
Join Mail Services and the Center for International Education for the Passport Fair.
This is a great opportunity for any student studying abroad to have all passport-related questions answered.
The Passport Fair will take place on Monday, March 20th, from 12:00pm to 3:00pm in RSS Suite 207.
A list of required documents is located here!
Please contact the Center for International Education for additional information!
Planning a Study Abroad trip? Consider a semester full of pyramids and pharaohs at the American University of Cairo
The American University of Cairo program is supported by a generous scholarship from the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs; students are strongly encouraged to consider while planning for study abroad.
This exchange program is currently open for the Fall 2023 semester or Fall 2023-Spring 2024 year.
Funding, up to $7,000 per semester, is available for study in Cairo, Egypt at the American University of Cairo. To apply for funding, see the links in the attached flyer.
Applications are due April 5, 2023.
To learn more about the program, visit the Center of International Education website and review this flyer!
Please contact Melissa Ochal for assistance on CofC exchange programs.
The Honors College Summer Enrichment Program provides financial, developmental, and communal support for Honors students pursuing impactful opportunities and experiences over the summer months. The program provides honors students with…
- Significant financial support
- Supplemental workshops and activities
- Peer-to-peer collaboration
Great Fit For: Students conducting Faculty-led research / Internships / Study abroad Creative and artistic projects / Community impact projects / And more.
- Priority will be given to students pursuing their first substantive summer experience, and to those for whom a summer experience would not otherwise be possible without significant financial support.
How to Apply: 1) Complete an application form; 2) Fill out a budget proposal form; 3) Upload an updated resume to OAKS. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, February 28, 2023 by 11:59 p.m. Check out the Summer Enrichment page on the Hub for more details and application instructions.
The College of Charleston Trujillo Fall Semester Program offers students the opportunity to study with CofC faculty while abroad in Spain and be immersed in the Spanish language and culture through living with experienced host families.
The fall 2023 interdisciplinary semester is designed for any student with an interest in communication, literature, film, and/or women’s and gender studies. Courses are taught in English by CofC faculty with the exception of Spanish courses taught by a local faculty from the Universidad de Extremadura.
The program enjoys weekly one-day field trips, a week-long trip to Andalucia, an overnight trip to Madrid, and normally one additional overnight trip. Students also enjoy a ten-day fall “break“ in the middle of the program that affords the opportunity for extended travel to other European countries.
The courses offered are College of Charleston classes; therefore, students will earn grades just as they would if they were offered on campus. Grades will factor in the student’s GPA. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5.
Students can learn more here! The deadline to apply for this trip is April 1, 2023.
Considering a summer study abroad program? Looking for PSYC or Honors Immersed credit? Come to the Jan. 25 info session for the British Studies Program summer psych trip to London!
The Info Session: Wednesday, January 25 at 4:00 p.m. in RSS 104.
The Trip: Travel to London June 12-July 15 and take History of British Psychology taught by CofC professor and Honors Faculty Fellow Dr. Chad Galuska.
More Details: Check out the program website to learn more, or contact Professor Galuska (email@example.com).
Get psyched in London! Explore historical and current contributions of British psychologists with a summer study abroad program.
The Opportunity: Travel to London June 12-July 15 and take History of British Psychology taught by CofC professor and Honors Faculty Fellow Dr. Chad Galuska.
Benefits: Dive into an advanced exploration of domain areas of psychology through a British lens.
- Professor Galuska has made the course available to fulfill the Honors Immersed requirement
- The course will also transfer back to CofC as two upper-level Psychology classes: PSYC 3MM and PSYC 410 (Special Topics II)
Great fit for: Psychology majors / Aspiring Philosophers and Neuroscientists / Anglophiles
Learn More: Check out the program website and contact Professor Galuska (firstname.lastname@example.org) for next steps!