- Read about the benefits a study abroad program can provide Why Study Abroad? (PDF).
- To learn even more, take a look at our Study Abroad News (PDF).
- Public and International Affairs - Recommended Study Abroad Programs (PDF)
Testimonials from former students who have studied abroad
2010. 2008 Travel to Europe (PDF) with Dr. Masters
If nothing is catching your fancy on the PIA-suggested list of programs see the"Places to Study Abroad" page located on The Office of International Programs website.
The Office of International Programs has information sessions during the school year to familiarize students with study abroad options and how-to's. These sessions are Tuesday 3:30pm-4:30pm, Friday 11:00am-12:00pm in Friday Annex Rm. 118.
Check out the Steps to Study Abroad (PDF) guide sheet from the Department of Public and International Affairs for more information on how to study abroad.
Need some financial support? See the UNCW Office of International Programs’ Scholarships page. For
Political Science and Public Administration students, there are two key
US government programs that support study abroad: the Boren Awards at http://www.borenawards.org/ and the Critical Language Scholarship program from the US State Department at http://www.clscholarship.org/.
Interested in working or volunteering abroad? Contact Sarah Crockett in the Career Center, 910-962-3174 or email@example.com.
Talk to Dr. Tan, study abroad coordinator for the Department of Public and International Affairs. She is in most days at least 9:00am-3:00pm. She can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 910-962-3221.