Albion's Center for International Education (CIE) is a resource for the opportunities below. Contact Cristen Casey, CIE Director at / 517-629-0307.
Want to use technology to connect with an international partner? Use the International Collaboration Technology Quick Guide.
Want to participate in a Global Research/ Fellowship program? Opportunities exist through The University of St Andrews Global Fellowship Scheme.
Want to visit a study abroad site? Each year, Albion's study abroad affiliates offer subsidized familiarization trips ("fam trips") to their study abroad sites. Albion's Center for International Education (CIE) is often able to pay remaining travel costs, if you conduct an on-site analysis of the study abroad program. Opportunities are listed on each study abroad affiliate website:
Want to grow your internationalization resources, or teach at a study abroad site? Grants are offered through Albion's study abroad affiliates, and additional funding may be requested through CIE. Opportunities are listed on each study abroad affiliate website:
Want to lead a group of students on an international trip course? Faculty-led study abroad courses enable Albion students to travel internationally with the guidance and support of an Albion faculty member. Students earn credit in classes on campus followed by a 2-4 week international trip. Professional services are available to organize excursions, logistics, and on-site support. Examples of Albion faculty-led programs include the Holocaust Studies Service Learning Project, European Integration Rome Field Experience, Sup de V: Int'l Entrepreneurial Exchange, and Africa: Myth and Reality (FYS).
Want to be an international scholar-in-residence/ visiting scholar? Want to host a scholar-in-residence? Consider faculty exchanges between Albion College and Global Liberal Arts Alliance institutions. Funding is available through Albion's GLCA Global Crossroads Grant.
Want to video conference with international partners? Use Albion's google classroom.