Emory faculty and staff demonstrate surgical techniques for an Emory medical student and a Haitian physician.

Take your work further

From seed funding for collaborative research to concierge-style support for questions arising from global work, Emory provides extensive resources to further faculty’s global work and impact.

Let us help you

Conducting research abroad, hosting international scholars, and planning global projects all get complicated fast. Export controls? Paying foreign nationals? Where do you even start? Don’t worry. Just call Global Services. Like a librarian before the Age of Google, Global Services does the research for you and connects you with the expertise to keep your project moving.

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Build momentum

Emory’s global strategies identify five geographic focal points around the world where we have the opportunity to leverage existing strengths for even greater impact. Each country initiative has a unique profile, bringing with it advantages for faculty interested in expanding their work in the region.

Country initiatives

Use Your Resources

The Emory College Language Center contributes to the fulfillment of Emory's commitment to international education by promoting the teaching and learning of languages as an essential component of the intellectual experience of students and faculty at Emory College.

The Emory Global Health Institute provides Emory faculty with research project support through Global Health Partnership program grants and through faculty seed grants.

As part of an academic research institution that engages in regular collaborations with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, TravelWell is uniquely qualified to provide the most up-to-date travel-related health care, whether you need a consultation to prepare for an international trip or expert evaluation and treatment for illnesses acquired abroad.

Applicants from any discipline are encouraged to submit funding applications for scientific and scholarly cooperation between Emory researchers and collaborators from the State of São Paulo, Brazil.

Faculty and staff interested in applying for one of the many available Fulbright grants are encouraged to contact Tye Tavaras in the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives for additional information and support through the application process.

As part of its Brazil Initiative, Emory hosts Brazilian scholars through the Fulbright Emory Distinguished Chair in Brazilian Studies program with Fulbright Brasil. Scholars who receive this award engage with Emory faculty and students, contributing to university-wide momentum around Portuguese- and Brazil-related studies. Emory is one of only a few US institutions that host senior scholars through this program.

If you are collaborating with a Brazilian peer, consider encouraging them to apply for this opportunity.

As part of its Korea Initiative, Emory hosts Korean scholars through the Fulbright Emory Distinguished Chair in Korean Studies program with Fulbright Korea. Scholars who receive this award engage with Emory faculty and students, contributing to university-wide momentum around Korea-related studies. Emory is the first US institution to host senior scholars through this program, which is modeled off Emory's previous partnership with Fulbright Brasil.

Applicants from any discipline are encouraged to submit funding applications for innovative research and/or learning and teaching collaborations between faculty at Yonsei University and Emory.

Global Services offers an extensive online library and single point of human contact for questions and issues that might arise when conducting research abroad, hosting international scholars, or planning a global project.

Emory contracts with International SOS to provide security and medical evacuation services and a variety of online health, safety, and security resources for Emory community members traveling abroad on university business or sponsored activities.

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Journeys of Reconciliation is an interreligious immersion program, open to students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Emory University, that explores the root causes of conflict and builds relationships between Emory University and communities in the US and around the world.

The Emory Structured Independent Language Study program is available to students, faculty, and staff who need to study languages that are not part of the regular curriculum. Among the languages offered are Amharic, ASL, Bengali, Czech, Georgian, Greek (Modern), Haitian Creole, Indonesian, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Serbo-Croatian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Twi, and Vietnamese.

In some cases, a fee may be charged.