An Emory medical student and nurse walk home from the hospital. Elizabeth Carter, SOM. Haiti.

Find resources for international work and scholarship

Whether you're launching an international project or trying to find the right international learning experience for you, Emory ensures extensive resources are at your disposal. Opportunities for students and faculty to take advantage of the global scholarship on campus and through Emory's partnerships abroad. 

Tap into our network

The Emory Global Diabetes Research Center leverages an extensive international network to develop and advance researchers’ ability to engage in world-class research in diabetes and related noncommunicable diseases such as stroke, hypertension, and heart disease, and comorbid conditions such as tuberculosis, mental health, and HIV.

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“The Emory Global Health Institute helped me start the program, build, take the risk, recruit great faculty, and then start getting grants from other places. They gave me the advantage. I could not have done it without start-up funds from Emory. There’s no chance. There’s no way we could have done it, or we couldn’t have done it at this scale.”

Resources for faculty abroad
K.M. Venkat Narayan
K.M. Venkat Narayan

Ruth and O.C. Hubert Chair of Global Health

Director, Emory Global Diabetes Research Center

Connect to new thinking

In 2017, Delta and Goizueta Business School launched the Delta Air Lines Mid Semester Module International Travel Competition as a new approach to company-student engagement. Twenty-five MBA students at Goizueta presented to Delta executives on various ideas to improve business travel, focused primarily on the millennial traveler and international brand distinction. Eight finalists were awarded free Delta airfare to participate in one of the school’s international study opportunities in countries that range from Japan to South Africa.

Resources for students abroad

Prepare for greatness

Just as we watch out for you on campus, we also have your back when you travel abroad. Before traveling, visit the Student Health Services Travel Clinic if you’re a student or the Emory TravelWell Center if you’re a faculty or staff member. While you’re at it, don’t forget to review Global Safety and Security resources and register your trip with International SOS, Emory’s international medical and security assistance provider.