Welcome to the resource page for current and prospective Faculty-led Study Abroad (FLSA) faculty and staff contacts. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Office of International Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-894-7475.
Town Hall Meeting- April 2, 2019
On April 2, 2019, OIE held a Town Hall Meeting to review the new policies and procedures regarding Faculty Affairs Compliance and Financial Changes.
You can view the recorded Town Hall Meeting here: https://oie.gatech.edu/ea/town-hall-meeting
The details on policy and procedure updates can be found here: https://oie.gatech.edu/content/faculty-and-staff-protocols
Program Proposal And Approval Guidelines for Faculty-led Study Abroad Programs or Embedded Faculty-led Courses
All current and new Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Directors (and Embedded Faculty-Led Course Directors) are required to submit official Study Abroad Program Proposals to the IUCC Study Abroad Committee each year. Program proposals should be submitted online via Atlas and include the following documents:
- Proposal Questionnaire
- Course Proposal Form(s)
- Financial Aid Program Student Cost Breakdown
- Budget Sheet
- Personnel Salary/Fringe Sheet
- Academic Department Approval Form
Spring, Summer, and Fall 2020 Program Proposals due October 1, 2019.
Student Information Regarding Faculty-led Study Abroad Programs
OIE is responsible for encouraging and assisting students in taking advantage of GT's study abroad options. Faculty-led study abroad applicants apply for programs through OIE and must attend mandatory orientations to be eligible to participate. Below is more information on some of the GT requirements for faculty-led study abroad students.
APPLICATION TO GT STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
GT Students: GT students applying to GT Faculty-Led Study Abroad are required to submit GT's Central Faculty-Led Study Abroad Application to OIE. Students can access the application and instructions at atlas.gatech.edu
Transient and Special Students (Non-GT students): Students from other U.S. institutions may be able to participate in some GT Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs. These students are categorized as Transient or Special (non-degree seeking students), and thus must complete a different application process than GT students.
GT students are required to complete the Pre-Departure Orientation hosted by the Office of International Education. The Pre-Departure Orientation consists of a set of online videos and quizzes, which can be accessed through Atlas. This is mandatory for all students, and must be completed by the deadline noted in Atlas.