The Office of International and Summer Programs (OISP) offers a range of academic programs for current undergraduate students (open to both Emory students and visiting students from other institutions) and high-school students.
Students may enroll in a wide range of courses taught by Emory faculty during the summer term (Session 1 and Session 2).
Students may study abroad during summer, fall or spring in over 100 programs spanning 40+ countries world-wide.
Emory College Online courses are available to fit busy summer schedules. Emory, Oxford and Visiting students are eligible to enroll.
The Emory Pre-College Program is a summer academic program for high school students. It gives college-bound rising juniors and rising seniors an exciting glimpse of academic and residential life at a top-ranked national university.
Maymester, a three-week term immediately following graduation, offers Emory undergraduates and visiting students the opportunity to engage in intensive academic courses and to earn three or four credit hours.
Much more than a shadowing program, MD-SEE offers genuine clinical experience, classroom guidance on presentations, and a vigorous look at current issues and practices in medicine.
OISP academic internships initiative seeks to: (1) connect students with meaningful academic internships that align with their liberal arts majors; (2) create structured credit-bearing opportunities to translate liberal arts skills into real world experiences; and (3) prepare students for the global workforce through enhanced cross-cultural competencies.
Students may engage in service abroad (UPGRADE) and research abroad (SIRE) opportunities.