STUDY ABROAD OFFICE STAFF
Visit a Center
How would you like to experience studying abroad on our programs just like your students do?
Join one of our Familiarization Trips, along with other study abroad coordinators, administrators, and faculty members, to visit IES Abroad Center facilities, tour local partner universities, attend classes, visit student housing, and meet students, staff, and faculty.
In addition, you get to experience first-hand local cultural activities and regional excursions. There is no better way to learn the ins and outs of an IES Abroad program than to see all aspects of a Center at work first-hand.
You can also request to visit a Center on your own or with your colleagues.
Attend our Annual Conference
Our Annual Conference provides a forum for the exchange of ideas about relevant topics in education abroad.
In addition to workshops and sessions on current issues in the field and IES Abroad programming, it’s a fantastic opportunity for our Consortium members to network with each other, as well as with IES Abroad staff and our overseas Center Directors.
This free conference is open to consortium members, and most meals are also included.
Join a Committee
Involvement in an IES Abroad committee is a great outlet for your own professional development, and a way to be actively involved in sustaining the academic and overall excellence that you expect from IES Abroad.
Committee opportunities include:
- Academic Council
- Annual Conference Program Planning Committee
- Curriculum Committee
- Institutional Membership Committee
- Nominations Committee
- Program Advisory Committees
Host an IES Abroad Faculty
Each year, IES Abroad sponsors faculty members from our various centers to visit U.S. campuses and give public lectures and classroom visits in their field of expertise.
If you’re interested in hosting one of our faculty members for a visit, please contact us.
Participate in our International Student Assistantship Program
We can connect U.S. universities with highly qualified international students from our partner universities abroad who are eager to share their native culture and language, act as study abroad resources, and study in the United States. This program brings valuable linguistic and cultural resources to your students and internationalizes your campus. Learn more about our International Student Assistantship Program.