Faculty-led study abroad programs give you the opportunity to explore, discover and learn within a new culture and international context. You will enroll in a UGA course(s) led by CAES faculty members, giving you the chance to expand your understanding of international agriculture and gain hands-on experiences, all while earning course credit to fulfill your degree requirements.
Our faculty members work with the Office of International Education to design organized, safe and exciting study abroad programs. You will travel with faculty members and other UGA students throughout the program as you make new connections, gain lifelong friends and expand your global perspective.
If you have any questions about the Faculty-Led programs below, please visit their individual pages or contact our CAES Study Abroad Coordinator, Amanda Stephens.
|Avian Biology||Costa Rica||Maymester TBD|
|Choco Rica: The Science, History and Culture of Chocolate
||Costa Rica||Thanksgiving Break 2018|
|Coffee: From Bean to Cup
||Costa Rica||November 17-26, 2017
|Sustainability of Tropical Agroecosystems
|Tropical Entomology in Ecuador and the Galápagos||Ecuador||June 2018
|The Grand Tour - Art and Gardens||Europe||Maymester 2018|
|Food Production, Culture and the Environment||France||Maymester 2018|
|The Greek Financial Crisis and Agricultural Sector||Greece||Maymester 2018|
|Viticulture and Enology in the Mediterranean Region||Italy||Maymester 2018|
|Culture-Centered Communication and Engagement||Romania||Maymester 2018|
|Global Education Service-Learning Project||Scotland||March 7-17, 2018
|Economics of Grass-Fed Beef Production||Uruguay||Spring Break 2018|