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Office of Global Education/Study Abroad and Student Exchanges
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Telephone: (404) 880-6302
Fax: (404) 880-6306
 

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AIFS (American Institute for Foreign Study) is an organization which provides academic programs in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. It also provides an all-expense minority scholarship, as well as other merit-based financial packages. Take a close look.

CCIS - College Consortium for International Studies is a useful resource for information on programs all over the world. 

CIEE: Council on International Educational Exchange contains information on programs all over the world.

Cultural Experiences Abroad (CEA) provides study abroad programs in Spain, France, Italy, Mexico, England, Costa Rica, Australia and Ireland for U.S. and Canadian college students. 

Diversity Abroad provides information on study abroad scholarships for minority students among other services.

GoAbroad.com is the comprehensive on-line source for study abroad, language schools, overseas internships, international volunteer positions, teach abroad, jobs abroad, us universities, eco-travel around the world, and a whole lot more! 


ISA - International Studies Abroad contains information on programs in Europe, South America and the Caribbean.
 
Knowledge Exchange provides study abroad programs with internships in countries all over the world for both undergraduate and graduate students. The luxury of their programs is that they are in English and offer a broad range of courses. A student interested in foreign languages can also find what he is looking for. Take a close look. 

Passport and Visa Services provides information on how to obtain a passport or visa. 

Peace Corps is a federal agency devoted to world peace. In an effort to effect change around the world, it sends American volunteers into developing nations to assist individuals and communities who want to build a better life for themselves, their children, and their countries. Peace Corps is a two-year commitment that places a volunteer in leadership positions and allows personal development in areas of foreign language proficiency and professionalism. For further information, please contact Mr. Leslie Jean-Pierre at (404) 880-6305. 

Studyabroad.com provides a resource of information on study abroad programs by country, language, and subject. Search for study abroad programs by academic year/ semester, summer, and intern abroad/ volunteer. View the Studyabroad.com handbook and learn about special offers, announcements, programs, and financial aid through Studyabroad.com express. 

Study Abroad Handbook provides helpful information about how to prepare to go abroad. 

Study Abroad with IES! provides information on programs in Europe, Australia and Japan.

The Universal Currency Converter™, the world's most popular currency tool, allows you to perform interactive foreign exchange rate calculations on the Internet, using live, up-to-the-minute currency rates. 


The Washington Semester Program offers the opportunity for students to travel to Washington, D.C. to undertake studies at American University for a semester in well-defined areas such as American Politics, Global Economics and Business, Islam and World Affairs, International Law and Development, International Law and Organizations, Foreign Policy, Journalism, Justice and Law, Peace and Conflict Resolution, and Transforming Communities. It utilizes the District of Columbia as a classroom and takes advantage of the local leaders in the federal government as lecturers. Some studies will take students to international sites for further investigation.