The Office of International Education aims to provide every student with study abroad opportunities during their years at Morehouse.
Studying abroad provides you an opportunity to improve your global competency while meeting your academic goals. You can take classes to fulfill your degree requirements at other institutions. There is a study abroad program just waiting for you. For more information, search for programs or attend any of our virtual sessions.
|Wednesday, April 7th
Virtual Workshop: Spring Semester 2021 Passport Assistance Program (Link: PAP Flyer)
3:00 P.M., EST
AUC Brazil Week: Celebration of the Brazilian Culture
Monday, April 12th, (6pm): Guest Lecture: “Racial Inequities in Health and the Challenges of Implementing Equitable Policies in Brazil” (Professor Clarice Mota, UFBA) Link: Event Flyer with Zoom Link
Tuesday, April 13th, (6pm): Student Panel: Studying Abroad in Brazil. Link: Event Flyer with Zoom Link
Wednesday, April 14th, (11am): Cozinha Brasileira Cooking Class. Link: Event Flyer with Zoom Link
Thursday, April 15th, (7pm): Film Screening: Bacarau 2019, (Directed by Kleber Mendonça Filho, Julia Dornelles). Link: Event Flyer with Zoom Link
Friday, April 16th, (7pm): Capoeira Maculele Workshop. Link: Event Flyer with Zoom Link
|Wednesday, April 14th
Virtual Discussion: Why is Taiwan the Most Important Place in the World? Taiwan Senior Officer at TECRO-USA will be the guest speaker.
3:00 P.M., EST
|Wednesday, April 21st
Virtual Visit: Greetings from Nice, France! IES Abroad, Resident Director, Dr. Wader discusses living and studying at Nice, France.
10:00 A.M., EST
Link: Event Presentation
Monday, April 26th
Virtual Panel Discussion: Hope, Enfranchisement, and Voter Suppression: South Africa and the USA
12:00 Noon, EDT (Link: Event Recording)
The Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership is partnering with the University of Western Cape to implement programming that highlights the shared experiences and challenges of Black Americans and Black South Africans.
This seminar on Voting and Voter Suppression will address the historical similarities and differences in voting rights for Blacks in the two countries and provide a platform for students and faculty members to share their experiences and reflections on voting and voter suppression in both countries.
Students and faculty from both Morehouse College and University of Western Cape will be invited to attend.
|Link: Past Events Calendar - March 2021|