Study Abroad

Welcome to the Study Abroad Program in the School of Education at North Carolina A&T State University.  This program is designed to provide School of Education and Teacher Education candidates an opportunity to engage in various types of study abroad experiences.  Study abroad student teaching, clinical practices, field-based, and service learning experiences are our catalysts toward internationalizing the curriculum and preparing a work force that is equipped for 21st century global realities. Join us and make the world your classroom.

 Proposed Study Abroad Opportunities- 2013/2014 School Year

 Spring 2014 Student Teaching/Internship Abroad

Summer 2014 Study Abroad for 4 weeks in Ghana, Africa (faculty-led by Dr. Paul Ankomah, Dr. Trent Larson, and Dr. Jerono Rotich-Tanui, Human Performance and Leisure Studies Department)

Summer 2014 Leadership and Service Learning for 4 weeks in Malawi, Africa (faculty-led by Dr. Elizabeth Barber, Leadership Studies Department)

Summer 2014 Service Learning for 4 weeks in Jamaica (faculty-led by Dr. Ioney James, Curriculum and Instruction Department)

Other opportunities are available. Please visit the Student Services Office at Proctor Hall, Suite 122

 Travel Grants/Awards

  • Travel grants of up to $1500 are available through the Office of International Programs (OIP). To register with OIP and apply for a travel grant, click here.
  • Gilman Scholarship is available for undergraduate students receiving a Federal Pell Grant.  For more information, click here.
  • Phi Kappa Phi is offering study abroad grants in the amount of $1,000.  To apply, you must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.75.  You do not need to be a member to apply.  The  application process is open from January through April each year.  To apply, click here.

If you are receiving financial aid, your package may allow you to put aside funds for study abroad.  Please contact your financial aid advisor.

Forms/Links:

  • Study Abroad Application
  • Passport Information Sheet
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