The Office of International and Summer Programs (OISP) is dedicated to fulfilling Emory College of Arts and Sciences' commitment to academic excellence through the development, promotion, and administration of innovative programs that encourage intellectual and personal growth.
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.
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 workplace experiences; and (3) prepare students for the global workforce through enhanced cross-cultural competencies.
Dean Elliott announces a new course offering for Spring 2019: ECS 102- The Liberal Arts Edge. This course focuses on identifying the skills (on an ongoing basis) that transfer from college to career and learning how to translate them for the transition from college to career.