On this page, you will find brief descriptions of events we host throughout the year. For more details, click on the event pages within the descriptions below. For specific event dates and times, view our current calendar of upcoming events.
Foundations of Study Abroad
Foundations is the mandatory first-step designed for students who are interested in studying abroad. Get all the essential tools, resources and information needed to study abroad including, program options, application procedures, finances, travel essentials and more. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet and talk with study abroad alumni who can talk with you about their experiences as well as answer any questions you might have about life abroad.
These sessions are held several times a week during the semester. Register online.
Meet & Greets
This is an informal gathering for students preparing to study abroad on a particular program to meet study abroad alumni from that program, as well as the other students with whom they will be traveling.
For exact dates of the Meet & Greets, please visit our Calendar.
Study Abroad Week
Where in the world will Temple take you?
Join Education Abroad & Overseas Campuses from September 15th-19th, 2014 for the 4th annual Study Abroad Week (SAW), a week-long event dedicated to study abroad opportunities at Temple!
Look for us around campus throughout the week hosting special events, leading information sessions and student panels, and sharing free breakfast, coffee, and soft pretzels.
Enter our raffle and scavenger hunt for the chance to win a variety of prizes including a flight voucher. The more events you attend, the more chances to enter!
Check out the SAW Calendar and our social media pages for a look at the week's schedule of events!
Study Abroad Fairs
For exact dates of the fairs, please visit our Calendar.
Each November, Education Abroad & Overseas Campuses hosts the Global Temple Conference, held in the Howard Gittis Student Center. This day-long symposium explores and celebrates Temple’s wide ranging international work. This conference features student, staff and faculty research, plus a variety of programs and creative ventures. We welcome proposals for various formats-–papers, panel discussions, posters, films, performances, & exhibits—organized broadly around four pillars of university excellence: scholarship, teaching, creativity, and service.
Please visit the Global Temple Conference page for more information!
Delaware Valley Re-Entry Conference
After an extended period of time abroad, you may find yourself looking for deeper meaning or to further process your experiences. Early each Spring, the Education Abroad Office joins the Delaware Valley Study Abroad Re-Entry conference to offer an opportunity for recently returned students to network with other returnees in the area. Sessions cover topics such as international employment, volunteer and non-profit opportunities abroad, graduate studies, and international opportunities in and around Philadelphia. Students can also learn how to incorporate their international experiences into their resumé and interviews. This year’s focus is Becoming a Global Grad. The conference will take place on Friday, February 5 from 11:30 am-5:00 pm at The Howard Gittis Student Center at Temple University.