International Embedded Courses are courses taught at W&M with a significant international off-campus component. The course is primarily taught on campus and must meet the following criteria (similar to domestic study away courses):
- Time off-campus must be dedicated to research or project-based learning
- The minimum week off-campus could be during a semester break or at the end of a course prior to the start of the next semester.
- Each course must include a reflective component that covers the time spent away
The Global Education Office at the Reves Center and the International Studies Advisory Committee (ISAC) are now accepting applications for international embedded 2021-22 fall and spring semester courses. A limited number of embedded courses will receive scholarship funding to support student participants. All faculty travel costs as well as a $1,000 faculty stipend will be covered for selected programs.
Deadline: February 12, 2021
Application link and instructions
For questions, please contact Sylvia Mitterndorfer, director of global education.
For domestic study away applications, please visit the Charles Center website.