UNC Honors in Cape Town

February 18, 2019

Earn BN, SS, and EE gen-eds studying and interning in Cape Town this fall! Led by Gillings Global School of Public Health’s Alexandra Lightfoot, students are introduced to South Africa’s rich and complex history through courses and lectures that explore … Continued

UNC Summer in India

January 22, 2019

UNC is proud to offer students the opportunity to study Indian culture and Hindi language in this summer immersion program that travels to several cities! Led by UNC Department of Asian Studies faculty members Afroz Taj and John Caldwell, this program … Continued

UNC Intro to Rock at King’s College London

January 14, 2019

Study the past and present of rock in one of the world centers of pop! London is the classroom as you study and experience the city through music. In the first three weeks, take a UNC course, MUSC 143 Intro to … Continued

UNC Exploring Economies in Scandinavia

January 3, 2019

Take a UNC economics course abroad for a chance to explore and experience Stockholm’s history and culture through an economic lens. In the first three weeks of the program, participants take a UNC Economics course, ECON 390 Exploring Economies, taught by … Continued

UNC Spanish in Guatemala

December 21, 2018

Take SPAN 374: Mesoamerica Through Its Native Literatures on this 3-week program in Guatemala! This interdisciplinary course in Antigua, Guatemala aims to offer students a general cultural history of Mesoamerica from the Pre-Columbian period up to the present. The three-week course will … Continued

UNC Dutch Studies in the Netherlands

December 4, 2018

Rising Fortunes and Rising Tides: The Dutch Golden Age and its Legacy This 3 week course (DTCH 275; 3 UNC credits; satisfies NA gen ed) is ideal for first-time travelers but also students interested in Dutch art, culture and history, with … Continued

UNC Environmental Studies in Galápagos (Summer)

May 18, 2018

This program offers a rigorous academic learning opportunity in one of the world’s most important ecological sites: the Galapagos archipelago. The two courses will cover human and marine ecology in settings that have been crucial to the history of the ecological sciences, and where pressing conservation and ecology debates and science are currently taking place.

DIS: Copenhagen

February 12, 2018

Copenhagen as your home, Europe as your classroom. DIS is a study abroad institution with programs in Scandinavia, including this semester program in Copenhagen, Denmark. DIS offers students enrolled in North American universities engaging and challenging coursework enriched by faculty who teach what they do, field studies, hands-on learning opportunities, and study tours across Europe.