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Study Abroad

If an academic semester abroad is part of your plan, begin to explore early! Talk to your ENVS advisor about your interests. 

Emory College Study Abroad  - your central contact for study abroad details and information.

It is important to talk to Emory College Study Abroad staff about the Emory and non-Emory programs. The study abroad office can provide assistance for:

  • Application deadlines
  • Research
  • Internship
  • Grant and scholarship opportunities

View Current Study Abroad Programs 

Study Abroad Instructions

  1. Meet with the ENVS Study Abroad Coordinator

  2. Have your courses pre-approved

    >> To ensure ENVS credit for your study abroad courses.

    Please note which ENVS course you believe it to be equivalent to and submit a detailed course description or syllabus.

  3. Complete ENVS 131

    prior to earning major/minor credit for advanced courses.

Up to three courses taken abroad may be used to fulfill ENVS major requirements

ENVS course-equivalence requests must be pre-approved. Courses may be pre-approved to fulfill an Elective, Field Course, or Independent Study requirement for ENVS majors. 

In addition, a few ENVS classes include a study abroad component. Some of these classes fulfill the ENVS major Field Course requirement:

  1. ENVS 371/372, Ecology of the Tropics - (offered every spring, with field component taken during Spring Break)
  2. ENVS 241/242, Modern and Ancient Tropical Environments - (offered every other spring, with field component taken during Spring Break)
  3. ENVS 446SAF, Field Studies in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana - (offered via Emory College Study Abroad during the summer session, the application deadline is March 1)