Study Abroad Faculty & Staff Training

Connect with Us!

OIE serves students, faculty, staff, and other stakeholders with a hybrid approach that includes both virtual and in-person services.  While most services are provided virtually, some matters require in-person meetings. When meeting in-person is required, an OIE staff member will contact you directly to schedule a mutually agreeable day and time for the meeting. OIE is respecting social distancing and cleaning protocols as described in “Tech Moving Forward”. 

International Students and Scholars: Drop-in AdvisingMake an AppointmentAdvising Information
Education Abroad: Make an Appointment
Global Research & Internship Program: Make an Appointment
International Plan Undergraduate Designation Program: Make an Appointment
On-Campus Internationalization : Information Contact Page
For all other inquiries:  Refer to our staff list

All faculty, staff, and student assistants are required to have the approproate training each year before they can participate in a study abroad program. The Office of International Education, in collobration with the Dean of Students and Assistant Vice Provost for Advocacy and Conflict Resoluation, will host trainings to prepare Georgia Tech employees before they depart on an Institute sponsored study abroad program. 

The training will cover topics related to:

  • Health and Safety Abroad
  • Student Conduct and Discplinary Procedures
  • Emergency Response Procedures
  • Expectations for Employees 
  • Georgia Tech Policies and Procedures

The training will be filmed and made available online within one week of being offered. Those unable to attend in-person may watch the training video online and sign an attestation statement. If an employee does not take the requsisite training, s/he may not participate as an employee in a Georgia Tech study abroad program. 

For more information about study abroad faculty and staff protocols, please visit

Event Details

grad friendly


  • Tuesday, March 24, 2020
    9:00 am - 10:30 am
Location: Sustainable Engineering Building (SEB) 110

For More Information Contact

Mary Alice Allen 

This notice applies to all information and resource materials provided by the OIE for the domain and for all other information provided by OIE in any media format. It is provided for informational purposes only, and is not represented to be error free, complete, accurate or current. The information contained herein is not legal advice and should not be used as a substitute for the legal advice or legal opinions of a licensed professional. Users should contact their own personal attorney or licensed professional to obtain appropriate legal advice or other professional counseling with respect to any particular issue or problem.