Students who take advantage of short-term study abroad courses with the Carter School will earn credit toward their degrees while applying their foundational knowledge and emerging conflict analysis and resolution skills to international contexts.
There are over 200 options to choose from, including but not limited to Carter School-led trips and internship abroad opportunities, so you are sure to find an experience that fits your interests. Make sure to reach out to your Academic Advisor and start planning early if you are interested in studying abroad.
Designed to fit into the busy schedules of both full-time students and working professionals, these programs take place over the spring, winter, and summer breaks. During these courses, students work closely with faculty in the field to connect with communities and organizations that are working to address conflict.
Examples of previous Carter School-led study abroad trips
Bridging Differences: Migration in the Mediterranean. Led by Dr. Susan Hirsch
Field Work with Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Led by Dr. Marc Gopin and Hind Kabawat
Post-War Peacebuilding: Austria after World War II
Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Led by Dr. Marc Gopin
Northern Ireland: Politicians, Paramilitaries, and Peace. Led by Dr. Marc Gopin and Dr. Seán Brennan
Ethics, International Law and Human Rights. Led by Dr. Daniel Rothbart
Challenging Narratives of Development in Post Conflict Settings. Led by Dr. Sara Cobb and Carol Pineau
Historical Narratives and Policies Toward Protracted Displacement: Dr. Karina Korostelina
Cultural Diversity, Conflict Resolution, & Social Change in Morocco. Led by Dr. Adina Friedman
Ukraine: Violence, Nation Building and Resilience. Led by Dr. Karina Korostelina
Gender and Conflict in Indonesia. Led by Dr. Leslie Dwyer
Reflective Practice in Israel/Palestine. Led by Dr. Gopin and Dr. Halloun