- October 9, 2023
Dean of the College of Public Health Melissa Perry led students to Tirana, Albania, to witness global public health capacity building in action
- September 15, 2023
The Global Education Office's global internship program allows undergraduate and graduate students to learn more about their field and earn course credits with travel, virtual, and hybrid options during the summer, fall, spring, and winter terms.
- September 14, 2023
The Department of Computer Science will host its first ever study abroad program in Vienna, Austria. Students can immerse themselves in the Austrian way of life while learning about software development during summer 2024.
- July 20, 2023
A study abroad visit to the Texas-Mexico border expands worldviews and gives international security students a firsthand view of the realities of the issues facing both governments.
- June 12, 2023
The sophomore was rejected for every internship before discovering the secret to success: Getting to know their professors.
- January 23, 2023
Over the summer, 24 students from George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School delved deep into issues of constitutional law, separation of powers, and national security in Padua, Italy—a place of inspiration for many of these ideals. The two-week study-abroad trip was co-taught by Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and National Security Institute Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer.
- August 16, 2022
A visit to South Korea on the heels of President Biden provided Schar School students an unparalleled opportunity to learn about the region. After pandemic restrictions, study abroad is back.
- August 5, 2022
From Colorado to Ecuador, this Schar School freshman is going places.
- July 25, 2022
Twenty George Mason University students traveled to Spain this summer as part of a field study summer course called “Leadership Across Difference: Lessons from Medieval Spain.”
- February 4, 2022
Study abroad students traveled to Scotland to participate and observe the climate change conference COP26. Here’s why, and what they learned.