"My time in this country has been nothing short of the best six months of my life, and while I am looking forward to rejoining the New Orleans scene next semester, this country and the family I have lived with for the last semester will forever hold a very special place in my heart."
-- D.M., Valparaiso, Chile (Fall 2010)
"I am having the best time in London; if students are apprehensive about studying abroad, tell them they'll regret it if they don't give it a shot!"
-- J.M., London, United Kingdom (JYA 2010-11)
The Office of Study Abroad (OSA), in the Center for Global Education, coordinates most of Tulane University's international educational programs and exchanges. The OSA sponsors semester- and year-long programs for undergraduates in Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. All students interested in one of these programs must attend a Study Abroad 101 session; these sessions are held several days a week throughout the semester.
The Goldring Institute of International Business at the A.B. Freeman School of Business administers semester abroad programs at affiliated business schools around the world.
The Murphy Institute's affiliation with the Institute of Economic and Political Studies (INSTEP) provides Tulane undergraduates with academic semester and summer study abroad experiences that develop a contemporary European perspective on economics, business, law, and international relations.
The Stone Center For Latin American Studies offers a variety of overseas programs, including several which are directly operated by Tulane. These include summer, semester and year-long programs in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America. Courses are taught in Spanish, Portuguese, Kaqchikel Maya, and English.
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