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Faculty-Led Study Abroad (FLSA) Courses

world map of faculty-led study abroad trip locations for 2017

What is Faculty-Led Study Abroad (FLSA)?

Faculty-led study abroad programs are academic experiences/programs that are initiated, organized, and carried out by members of the UNC faculty, with assistance from the Center for International Education's Study Abroad and Exchange Office (CIE-SAO) and Extended Campus. Course length may range from a week long (such as Spring Break excursions) to six weeks. FLSA experiential learning programs typically focus on a particular topic, language, or interdisciplinary understanding of an issue. They feature field studies, local excursions, and cultural activities used to enhance learning. FLSA courses:

Faculty Members Interested in Teaching FLSA

Please read more and contact us to schedule an initial meeting with CIE and Extended Campus.

  • Count for direct UNC credit.
  • Work well for both traditional and non-traditional students because they are short term.
  • Can be an affordable option compared to the total costs for a traditional semester overseas.
  • Involve classroom meetings and coursework before and/or after your travel abroad.

*** Courses are listed by term (starting with the current/next term) then by country under each term. ***

— Fall Term 2017 Courses —

Ecuador

Guyana

 

*** The 2018 FLSA courses are being proposed and developed. For examples of the types of opportunities that may be available, take a look at our Summer 2017 trips. ***

— Summer Term 2017 Courses —

China

England

England / Spain

France

Germany / France

Italy