Study Abroad

AUM Faculty-led, Short-term, Study Abroad Program Handbook

Visit the Office of Global Initiatives and let your adventures begin
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To schedule a Study Abroad presentation for your class or at your event, contact AUM Study Abroad program manager:

Dr. Achala Gunasekara-Rockwell
Suite 119 Administration
334-244-3544
Hours: M-F, 8 a.m.-5p.m.
arockwel@aum.edu

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Curtiss the Warhawk ready to embark on another Study Abroad adventure!

AUM mascot, Curtiss the Warhawk, in front of the Palace of Versailles in France

AUM students posing in Paris, France.

The bustling city of Ulsan, Korea. Destination of AUM Study Abroad's Ulsan International Program (UIP).

Town Centre in Northampton, England. Destination of AUM Study Abroad program: Field Experience in Northampton, England with Glenda Reynolds.

AUM students preparing for a boat ride during the Intensive Spanish and Indigenous Cultures Study Abroad program in Mexico

AUM students during a one-month-long Language and Culture Study Abroad program in Ulsan, Korea

The Mayan Murals of Bonampak in Chiapas, Mexico

The Costa Rica Tropical Rainforest. Destination of AUM Study Abroad program: Costa Rica Rainforest Ecology with Michelle Taliaferro.

Panduwasnuwara, a temple site in Sri Lanka, South Asia. Destination of AUM Study Abroad program: Cultural Field Experience in Sri Lanka with Dr. Achala Gunasekara-Rockwell.

Cathedral of San Cristobal de las Casas in Mexico. Destination of AUM Study Abroad program: Intensive Spanish Language and Indigenous Cultures in San Cristobal, Chiapas, Mexico with Dr. Pamela Long.

The Hohenzollern Bridge in Cologne, Germany. Destination of AUM Study Abroad program: The Germany Experience with Amy Lionberger.

AUM students in Costa Rica – Rainforest Ecology Study Abroad Experience

AUM Picnic by the Cherwell, Oxford

AUM students with a beefeater in Oxford

Cañón del Sumidero in Chiapas, Mexico.

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“AUM is committed to offering a wealth of study abroad opportunities that promote the academic and cultural enrichment of its students, faculty and staff.  Globalization is no longer a buzz word; it is a way of life.  The opportunities the University provides its students underscore our commitment to providing multiple venues to experience the world and become 21st century global citizens.  As your gateway to the world, the Office of International Affairs invites you to contact us to create your own global adventure.”

AUM Study Abroad