Store owner and project team member work together on a market survey.

Make the world your classroom

Our students experience the world in myriad ways that reflect their rich diversity. Emory is home to more than 2,600 international students, and more than two in five Emory undergraduates participate in study abroad programs. Our graduate and professional students are taught to consider the world their classroom and are offered opportunities accordingly, from the Rollins School of Public Health's Global Field Experience program for MPH and MSPH students to Goizueta Business School's midsemester international modules for full time MBAs.

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This award provides funding and a stipend for one academic year, with the possibility of a one-year extension for those wishing to complete a full degree program in Germany.

The Delta Air Lines International MSM Competition, an alliance between Delta Air Lines and Goizueta Business School, is a co-branded program allowing full-time MBA students to compete for a Delta flight for their midsemester module travel.

The Emory College Language Center contributes to the fulfillment of Emory's commitment to international education by promoting the teaching and learning of languages as an essential component of the intellectual experience of students and faculty at Emory College.

The Emory Global Health Case Competition is a unique opportunity for Emory graduate and undergraduate students from multiple schools and disciplines to come together to promote awareness of and develop innovative solutions for 21st-century global health issues.

Individual Field Scholars conduct individual global health projects in collaboration with an international or local in-country partner.

The Multidisciplinary Team Field Scholars program of the Emory Global Health Institute promotes student learning by linking academic study with practical experience in the field. Students work in multidisciplinary teams to conduct short-term global health projects focusing on underserved and/or vulnerable populations around the world.

The purpose of the Student Advisory Committee at the Emory Global Health Institute is to bring together diverse students with an interest in global health with the goal of fostering cross-disciplinary student networking and collaboration.

The committee is comprised of students from every school across the university.

In the Emory Global Health Student Photography Contest, Emory undergraduate and graduate students can submit photographs they take during a global health field experience in a low- or middle-income country. The contest aims to foster cultural sensitivity by encouraging Emory students conducting global health projects to examine the culture and people with whom they are working.

This assistantship provides a stipend and travel expenses for one year as an English teaching assistant in a foreign country.

This award provides one year of research/study in a foreign country.

The Halle Institute for Global Research and the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry (FCHI) offer up to six Fellowships to support research outside the United States for juniors in any school (Arts and Sciences, Business, Nursing, etc.) contemplating honors theses or other types of senior capstone projects.

Journeys of Reconciliation is an interreligious immersion program, open to students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Emory University, that explores the root causes of conflict and builds relationships between Emory University and communities in the US and around the world.

Emory College maintains a list of merit-based scholarships for which international students are eligible.

The Michel David-Weill Scholarship provides up to $80,000 toward education and cost of living expenses for students undertaking a two-year master degree program at Sciences Po in Paris, France. The David-Weill Scholarship is awarded annually to one American student who exemplifies the core values embodied by Michel David-Weill, including academic excellence, leadership, multiculturalism, tolerance, and high achievement.

The Emory Structured Independent Language Study program is available to students, faculty, and staff who need to study languages that are not part of the regular curriculum. Among the languages offered are Amharic, ASL, Bengali, Czech, Georgian, Greek (Modern), Haitian Creole, Indonesian, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Serbo-Croatian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Twi, and Vietnamese.

In some cases, a fee may be charged.

The Travel Clinic provides consultation and vaccinations for students preparing for international travel on a reduced cost fee-for-service basis.

The Winston Churchill Foundation Scholarship program offers American citizens of exceptional ability and outstanding achievement the opportunity to pursue graduate studies in biological sciences, physical sciences, medical sciences and public health, engineering, computer science, psychology, biological anthropology, archeology, or musical studies.