Faculty are integral to the success of Rutgers University study abroad programming. Faculty participation includes promoting opportunities to students, advising students on course selection, establishing new partnerships, and leading programs through faculty led study abroad.
Faculty interested in proposing new programming, either short course or semester/academic year based, can contact the Office of International programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Semester Study Abroad
Semester study abroad is becoming increasingly popular for SEBS students. Students have a variety of opportunities to participate in a semester abroad through Rutgers Global who hosts over 180 programs across 60 countries.
Faculty and Academic Advisors are often students’ first point of contact when they start to think about a semester study abroad program. For that reason, the Rutgers Global Study Abroad Office has created a variety of resources to aid in the student advising process.
Request a “study abroad 101” session for advisors
- This 30-minute informal meetup is designed to introduce the Rutgers community to the variety of study abroad opportunities available to our students. Request a session by emailing email@example.com
Request a classroom visit for your students
- Classroom visits can be 5-30 minutes and can offer general information or highly tailored information depending on the request
- In the request, please include name and contact information, course number/title, classroom location, preferred date and time, preferred length of presentation, and approximate number of students in the class
- Classroom visit can be done by SEBS OIP or RGSA.
Request assistance in advising students
- The SEBS OIP and RGSA teams are always happy to provide advising assistance for your students. To request an appointment please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Short Courses Abroad
Faculty-led study abroad and short-term partner programs provide students with the opportunity to participate in a hands-on learning experience in a global context. Programming for short-term summer and winter programs can address special topics, departmental electives, and even satisfy departmental requirements. Typical faculty-led programs take place during summer and winter session or through embedded fall and spring programs. While uncommon, faculty can also teach in semester long courses abroad with the permission and support of the department.