Study Abroad

Aboriginal Mathematical Literacies- Ouro Preto, Brazil

  • Dates of the trip: Summer
  • Course: EDMT 8820/MATH 7400
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Embracing Indigenous Knowledge Systems- Johannesburg, South Africa

  • Dates of the trip: Fall
  • Course: EDMT 3420/MATH 7821
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Ethnomathematics in Morocco- Fez, Morocco

  • Dates of the trip: Spring
  • Course: EDMT 8420 / MATH 3350
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Field Trip Experiences for Teachers- Johannesburg, South Africa

  • Dates of the trip: April
  • Course: EDCI 4700/7821
  • Contact: Dr. Iman Chahine,

Service Learning in the Dominican Republic

Student Teaching Abroad- France

  • Dates of the trip: TBA
  • Course: Practicum
  • Contact: Dr. Mary Ariail,

Language, Religion and Immigration: Comparative Multiculturalism in the U.S. and France – Paris, France

  • Dates of the trip: Maymester – May 13: classes begin, May 19: Depart for France, May 31: Return to Atlanta
  • Course: EDUC 3333/EDCU 7777
  • Contact: Dr. Gholdy Muhammad,

Study Abroad Program for Mathematics Educators – Kingston, Jamaica

  • Dates of the trip: Maymester, May 12 – 23
  • Course: TBA
  • Contact: Dr. Pier Junor Clarke,

Mexican Culture, Global Movements and Schooling

  • Dates of the trip: March 8 – 18 (Spring Break)
  • Courses: EDUC 3333, EDCI 4700, EDUC 7777, EDCI 7680/7670
  • Contact: Dr. Sue Kasun at
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  • This study abroad introduces students to many of the most important cultural, economic and social issues surrounding language and diversity as they relate to Latino populations, now the largest ethnic group in the U.S.


High school teachers who teach English/social science, math/physics, or science are encouraged to apply to work as high school teachers in Guangzhou, China, as part of a new Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development partnership with Guangzhou Overseas High School.

Learn more about the Georgia State University/Guangzhou High School Partnership