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Get the latest on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Wed, July 7, 2021
Coronavirus COVID-19 updates

The Education Abroad and Overseas Campuses Office is operating during business hours (8:30am-5pm ET, Monday through Friday). Beginning in July, you can stop by our office to speak with someone at our front desk or to schedule an advising appointment. 

The city of Philadelphia has lifted most restrictions related to COVID-19, and we look forward to welcoming you back to campus. If you are not vaccinated, please wear a mask when visiting our office in accordance with Temple’s COVID-19 policies

The Year Without Study Abroad: Covid-19 could lead to lasting change in international learning

Thu, April 1, 2021
Temple Rome - Betsy Manning

Still, a handful of students have managed to study overseas during the pandemic, despite travel restrictions and quarantine requirements. Catalina Barroso Delarosa, a senior at Temple University, was sent home last winter only five days after arriving to study in South Korea as the pandemic began to spread. She crammed in all the activities that she could before her flight — visiting historic sites, shopping, eating out — thinking it might be her only chance at an international experience. (exerpt)

The pandemic hasn’t stopped these Temple students from studying abroad

Sun, March 21, 2021
Emily Wilson in Japan - photo by Mary Liu

Temple University senior Emily Wilson had dreamed of going to Japan one day, but first she planned to finish college.

Then the pandemic hit and she spent a semester and a half stuck inside, watching many of her plans unravel.

“Studying abroad is one thing I could do to really shake things up in my life when everything else was standing still,” said Wilson, 22, a Central High grad from Philadelphia.

Griffith wins LGBTQ+ inclusion award

Tue, June 23, 2020
flag image from Griffith University site

Excerpt:

Griffith University has been recognised with Bronze Tier status in the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) at the 2020 Australian LGBTQ Inclusion Awards, which were held online.

The University was also one of only two Queensland universities to receive acknowledgement at the awards ceremony and one of ten universities nationally.

Education Abroad's commitment to anti-racism and social justice

Fri, June 5, 2020
we stand against racism and social injustice

Temple Education Abroad is committed to standing against racism and social injustice in the U.S. and around the world. We condemn the unwarranted violence and senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others in the black community. The protests taking place in Philadelphia and around the world have demanded all of our attention, but this problem is not new. This is a call to action: we must all do better.

Global Good Abroad

Wed, December 4, 2019
Global Good

The College of Liberal Arts prepares students for their future lives and careers by exposing them to new perspectives and teaching them how to ask the right questions and think critically about the world around them. For many of our students, experiential learning is one of the best ways to build that skill set. And one of the college’s myriad ways for students to learn outside the classroom is through the Intellectual Heritage Program’s study abroad opportunities.

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