Education Abroad Fair

October 7th and October 8th, 2013
10 AM - 3 PM

The University of Georgia's 29th Annual Study, Work, and Travel Abroad Fair will play host to over 75 programs that include UGA faculty-led programs, external program providers, and organizations involved in international education. These programs will provide information on upcoming study abroad programs which include program dates, academic information, program cost, and other pertinent information. This 2 day fair is a great opportunity for program providers to market their programs to students and for students to learn more about study abroad opportunities.


UGA PROGRAMS AND EXTERNAL PROVIDERS: 

In 2012, we had nearly 2000 UGA students attend our 2 day fair in the Grand Hall of the Tate Student Center, 45 Baxter Street. In 2013, we are hoping for more! You don't want to miss out on this great opportunity to market your programs!

Each program has the opportunity to set up a table with pictures, brochures, and other promotional materials. Registration will be online and will open on June 3rd, 2013. A link to registration will be sent out to last year's fair participants. If you were not able to attend the fair last year and are interested in registering for the 2013 fair, please contact Laura Paris at laparis@uga.edu

 

2013 FAIR EXHIBITORS

UGA PROGRAMS

AGIC/Freeman Asia Scholarship
AIESEC UGA
Art and Gardens of the Grand Tour
Athletic Training Study Abroad - Taiwan
CAES Multi-country Programs
Camp Counselors Russia
Cannes Study Abroad Programs
Center for Global Health
Cortona Art Studies Abroad
Cortona Enology & Viticulture Maymester
Cortona Science Maymester
Croatia Maymester Study Abroad
Discover Abroad
Entomology Study Abroad
FACS 2014 London Study Abroad Program and Internship
Freiburg Study Abroad
Ghana Study Abroad in Education
Ghana Summer Service-Learning Program
Global Advertising and Public Relations (ADPR) Study Abroad Program in China
Global Food and Trade in China
GLOBIS Study Abroad 
International Student Life
Ireland - Service Learning Developmental Disabilities
Kiev/Moscow Study Abroad Program
Maymester China
Morocco-UGA Maymester Abroad
Office of Financial Aid
Passport Services
Peace Corps
Portuguese Flagship Program
Scotland Study Abroad
Study Abroad Europe
Taiwan Study Abroad (TW-SA) Program in Public Health
Tanzania Study Abroad Program
Terry College of Business
Travel Clinic - University Health Center
Travel Writing in Prague
UGA à Paris
UGA at Oxford Study Abroad Program
UGA Classics Study Abroad Program in Rome
UGA Costa Rica
UGA en Buenos Aires
UGA en España
UGA en La Habana
UGA Exchanges in Africa: Ghana & South Africa
UGA Exchanges in Asia: China & Taiwan
UGA Exchanges in Asia: Japan
UGA Exchanges in Asia: Korea & Singapore
UGA Exchanges in Europe: Austria, Finland  & the Netherlands
UGA Exchanges in Europe: France
UGA Exchanges in Europe: Germany, Switzerland, DAAD German Education Exchange
UGA Exchanges in Europe: United Kingdom
UGA Exchanges in Latin America: Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador & Uruguay
UGA Exchanges in Oceania: Australia
UGA Exchanges in Portuguese: Brazil & Portugal
UGA Washington Semester Program
University of Georgia/University of Cape Coast Semester in Ghana Student Exchange Program

EXTERNAL PROGRAMS

Academic Programs International (API)
AIFS Study Abroad
AMIDEAST Education Abroad
Antioch Education Abroad, Antioch University
Barcelona--Immersion Studies in Spanish
CAPA International Education
CEA
CET Academic Programs
CISabroad
DIS- Danish Institute for Study Abroad
European Council
Global Health Systems and Issues in Armenia
GlobaLinks Learning Abroad
g-MEO Study Abroad Programs in China
IAU College
IES Abroad
IFSA-Butler
International Studies Abroad
Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program
Knowledge Exchange Institute (KEI)
Laval Study Abroad Program
Learning Abroad Center, University of Minnesota
SAI Education Abroad
Salamanca, Spain
Semester at Sea
Siena Italian Studies Program
Spanish Studies Abroad
Study Abroad Program Andalusia
Syracuse University Abroad
Tel Aviv University
The School for Field Studies
University of Glasgow, Scotland
UNO - Innsbruck International Summer School
USAC - University Studies Abroad Consortium

 

FACTS ABOUT UGA STUDY ABROAD:

1. Number of countries in which UGA students studyUGA programs operate in approximately 50 countries annually. Counting participants in external programs, UGA students study in 65 to 70 different countries each year.

2. Number of UGA students studying abroad annuallyCurrently, just over 2,000 students or 6% of the entire campus enrollment (graduate and undergraduate) study abroad in a given year, and 75% of those chose either a UGA program or a UGA exchange partners.

3. Study abroad by graduating classAlmost 30% of each graduating cohort studies abroad for academic credit at some point during college. 

4. Non-UGA students on UGA Study AbroadBetween 150-200 students from other universities transient enroll on UGA study abroad programs each year, forming 12% of the enrollment in UGA faculty-led programs and testifying to UGA's reputation for providing high quality international academic experiences.