In this new EDUCO video, Emory students talk about the great learning/living experience they received in Paris thanks to the EDUCO program. A consortium of Emory, Duke, Cornell, and Tulane Universities, EDUCO offers complete academic and cultural immersion in French. In addition to courses through EDUCO and direct enrollment in courses at the University of Paris, students have options (semester or year) for cultural excursions such as French theater outings, art museum visits, and gastronomical tastings. For more information, see http://french.emory.edu/overseas/educo.html and http://cipa.emory.edu (Emory’s Center for International Programs Abroad).
Emory alumni look back and talk about the importance of their study-abroad experience to their careers and lives. To make sure that more students get the chance to study abroad, CIPA (Emory’s Center for International Programs Abroad) welcomes your support to the Study Abroad Scholarship Fund. Any amount would be an important contribution and make a difference to Emory students. By making a donation, you will join a growing community of alumni, parents, students, and other supporters who are committed to enriching and enhancing the education of Emory College students.
Go Global. Go Abroad. Go Digital.
CIPA is offering you two ways to get recognized for your ability to share your study-abroad experience: via a digital story or a still photo competition.
For the digital storytelling contest, create a first-person digital story (2:30-3:00 minute length) about an aspect of your CIPA study abroad experience.
The photo competition is open to CIPA summer and semester undergraduate study abroad students and Emory/CIPA-affiliated faculty and staff returning from CIPA/Emory College-approved study abroad programs, beginning Fall 2011 through Fall 2012.
CIPA Digital Storytelling Application Spring 2013 (March 1st deadline)
More information on photo contest (Dec. 21st deadline)
No one can capture the experience of studying abroad quite like an Emory student who’s been there, done that.
In this video, CIPA Peer Advisors offer their insights into what makes the international study experience so special.
For more information, see http://cipa.emory.edu
Emory undergraduates, joined by students from other top American and Canadian colleges, participate in a highly competitive one-semester study-abroad program in Dharamsala that fully immerses them in the life of the Tibetan exile community’s intellectual, cultural, and political capital. Established in 2001, and co-directed by Dr. Tara Doyle of Emory’s Religion Department, the program’s unique combination of academic rigor, cultural immersion, contemplative studies, and field research has quickly made it a life-transforming experience for students and one of the finest Tibetan study-abroad programs in the nation. Highlights of the program were featured in this video, first shown at a meeting between staff and faculty from Emory and the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics in Dharamsala, India (March 2012).