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You can …
? Study almost anywhere in the world for academic credit
? Use financial aid and scholarships to assist with the cost
? Earn academic credit in core or major courses
? Study abroad in English, use a language you are currently studying - or learn an entirely new language
? Gain important "soft" skills such as cross-cultural competence and intercultural communication, plus the flexibility and adaptability that employers value
? Gain a deeper understanding of international political, economic and cultural issues
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Georgia College Safety Statement for Education Abroad
Safety considerations are a key component of each education abroad program. Georgia College adheres to the professional standards of safety and risk management in education abroad. Georgia College is a member of the , which sets the national standard of good practices. The International Education Center implements the Forum’s on safety abroad and risk assessment. In addition, the International Education Center monitors world events through a variety of government-based resources, including the , the , the , and other foreign-based resources, including but not limited to: the and the websites.
For full details on Georgia College's safety abroad information, please see our page.
“The opportunity to study abroad can be a life changing experience. Not only are students challenged to engage with other people and learn about their cultures, languages and customs – but traveling to other countries allows students to develop skills that will enhance their future employment prospects and enrich their lives. Studying abroad can be a fulfilling part of a well-rounded liberal arts degree and I am hopeful that all Georgia College students will give serious thought to engaging in the opportunity to study abroad at some point in their university experience. So, get your passport and start planning for your opportunity to study abroad!”
– Dr. Steve Dorman, President of Georgia College