Study Abroad Planning
Leading and teaching an ECU study abroad program gives faculty the rewarding opportunity to provide their students with a truly intercultural and holistic learning experience. Your role in this experience will also go beyond the conventional boundaries of being a teacher to that of an advisor and mentor; you will also spend significantly more time interacting with and getting to know each of your students.
In order to lead a study abroad program, you need to have a sponsoring academic department, be eligible to teach for that department and be eligible to teach the classes that your program plans to offer. If you are not eligible to teach on campus you can consider collaborating with a faculty member on campus.
Depending on your sponsoring academic department your Office of Global Affairs contact is one of the following Education Abroad Coordinators:
- Erin Taylor: firstname.lastname@example.org – THCAS
- Rose Malone: email@example.com – Allied Health Sciences, COB, COE, Engineering & Technology, CFAC, HHP, Nursing