UD Study Abroad For Faculty

A photo of UD faculty directors in Gore Hall
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Professor Gitu Barua and her students trek the Himalayas and admire the view from above the clouds.
Study abroad in India
UD Professor Ismat Shah has been leading study abroad experiences for 21 years, with more than 20 trips to France and other European and Asian Countries.
Study fusion in France
Portuguese graduate students got the chance to get hands-on experience in U.S. financial markets through a partnership with Lerner College of Business and Economics.
Portuguese students get a taste of the U.S. stock market
Norma Gaines-Hanks led her first study abroad program in 1999 and has since impacted the success of 500-plus UD students through experiences in both South Africa and Barbados.
Study education in South Africa or Barbados

Study Abroad for Faculty

In 1923, UD founded what is considered the first study abroad program by a U.S. institution. Today, UD offers 100+ programs in about 40 countries-- and over 30 percent of UD undergrads study abroad at least once! 

Faculty are some of our most important partners in making UD Study Abroad a success. They serve as key student influencers and lead more than 60 programs. Learn more about developing and implementing your own study abroad program-- or simply advising your students-- using the resources below.

Questions? Contact the Center for Global Programs & Services anytime at studyabroad@udel.edu or call (302) 831-2852 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Additional Faculty Resources


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