Zika Virus Precautions
In light of the ongoing Zika virus transmission in various countries throughout the Americas, we urge all study abroad participants to follow the guidance issued by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and practice enhanced precautions to prevent mosquito bites.

While there is no immediate threat to the health and safety of our students, the Study Abroad Office is closely monitoring the situation and will post any relevant updates. Please visit the CDC's website for more information.


International Opportunities for Faculty

Opportunties through affiliate organizations and consortium agreements:

Study Abroad Italy (SAI) 
2014/2015 Faculty Fellow Program
- TBA (watch the video to the right!)

University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)
2014/2015 Visiting Professor Program

Click here for a general guide to the Visiting Professor Program
Click here
to view the application for the 2014/2015 Visiting Professor Program

Spanish Studies Abroad
Visiting Faculty Program

Visit www.spanishstudies.org or contact Dr. Michelle Durán for specific information and an application -  michelle@spanishstudies.org.

International Studies Abroad (ISA)
2013 Faculty Seminar - Morocco and Spain

International Studies Abroad (ISA), a study abroad program provider that USC is affiliated with, will be hosting an upcoming Faculty Seminar, which will take place in the cities of Meknes, Morocco and Granada, Spain during the week of October 19th - 26th, 2013. Moulay Ismail University and the University of Granada will host the seminars in each respective country. The seminar, titled "Encounters, Conflicts and Transculturation: The Iberian Peninsula and Northern Africa " will consist of a series of lectures and guided cultural activities by host university faculty and local experts who will explore topics related to cultural identity, immigration, history, and religion. Participants will also receive a guided cultural visit through the architectural complex of the Alhambra (Granada), the most paramount example of Islamic art in the West. While in Morocco, participants will take part in a guided walking tour through the city of Fez, where attention will be given to aspects of art and life on both sides of the Strait, from the medieval era to the present day. Furthermore, participants will receive an introduction to the Jewish quarter of Fez, discussing the influence that spread out from the beloved Jewish homeland of Sepharad to the far corners of the Mediterranean. For a description of the program lectures, cultural visits, and biographies of the presenters, please visit our faculty seminar website, http://facultyseminar.studiesabroad.com/. The site will also provide an itinerary, and information regarding costs and registration. If you are interested in attending or have questions about ISA, or other opportunities for faculty members, please contact the Study Abroad Office.

Opportunities through exchange partners:

Sookmyung Women's University - TBA

University of Chile  - 2013 Visiting Professor Program at the School of Economics and Business
Greetings from the Universidad de Chile. We are excited to once again launch our Visiting Professor 2013 program at the School of Economics and Business. This year we are offering two visiting positions for our first semester (March – July 2013) and two visiting positions for our second semester (July – November 2013).

CLICK HERE for an information flyer with more details about the program and look forward to receiving applications from your school. Please feel free to forward this to any professor that you might think would have an interest in teaching in Chile.

For any questions, contact:
Pr. Erich Spencer
Director of International Affairs
School of Economics and Business
Universidad de Chile
Email: espencer@unegocios.cl
Web: www.fen.uchile.cl

Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) - coming soon!

Funding Opportunities:

Japan-America Collegiate Exchange Travel Program
Proposal Deadline: Rolling
Funding Period: April 1, 2012-March 13, 2013