Visiting Students

Undergraduate students who are enrolled at another college or university are eligilble to apply for certain Emory College Study Abroad programs as visiting students.

Summer Study Abroad

Emory has offered high-quality summer study abroad experiences around the world for over forty years. These popular programs provide opportunities for students to study aspects of another country's culture and society in disciplines spanning the social sciences, the sciences, and the humanities. Emory College Study Abroad's summer programs are planned and directed by Emory faculty, and generally the courses are also taught by Emory faculty. The courses are designed to take full advantage of the overseas setting in which they take place.

To search Emory College Study Abroad summer programs, please click here.

Semester Study Abroad

Visiting students are eligible to apply for Emory-administered semester programs in the following locations. 

Emory Salamanca Program (Salamanca, Spain)

EDUCO Paris (Paris, France)

Eligibility Requirements

Emory College Study Abroad's programs have preconditions for approval of applications, so students must meet or plan to meet the specified prerequisites for the program to which they are applying. In addition, Emory College Study Abroad requires that visiting applicants be enrolled full-time at an accredited university the semester prior to the study abroad program.

Home Institution Authorization

Visiting students are encouraged to meet with the study abroad office on their home campus to discuss academic credit transfer and other issues relating to their study abroad plans. Students must submit the Home Insitution Authorization form as part of the application process. To download the relevant form, click on the option below:

SEMESTER PROGRAMS: Home Institution Authorization Form

SUMMER PROGRAMS: Home Institution Authorization Form

Financing Study Abroad

Visiting students do not qualify for Emory financial aid. Students are encouraged to meet with the study abroad office and financial aid office on their home campus to discuss funding opportunities. If the student is a dependent of a current Emory employee, he/she may be eligible for the Emory Employee Courtesy Scholarship. The Courtesy Scholarship is applied to the academic fee (tuition) of the study abroad program; students are responsible for paying for other fees for room, board, visa, and other expenses.

Study Abroad Registration and Transcripts

Participants on Emory College Study Abroad programs are registered at Emory for the term abroad. Grades and credits earned overseas are granted on the same basis as those obtained on the Emory campus; credits are awarded in semester hours. Upon completion of the program, Emory will send one official transcript to the student's home institution. To order additional copies of your transcript, please contact the Registrar's Office at Emory to complete the transcript request form.