Global Education Office
Individual Study Abroad During COVID-19
Virginia Tech Policy 1070: Global Travel Policy, does not authorize any university-supported international travel to locations where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Travel Health Notice Level 3 or higher. Also, Policy 1070 does not authorize student university-supported international travel to locations where the U.S. Department of State has issued a Travel Advisory Level 3 or higher. Students that wish to study abroad in a high-risk location can petition for an exception to policy.
How will you take Virginia Tech global?
Getting abroad starts here.
Ways to Connect
We’re committed to doing our part in keeping the community healthy and thriving.
The Pack Building at 526 Prices Fork Road, which houses the Global Education Office and the Center for International Research, Education, and Development, will remain closed to the public until further notice.
During the pause to usual operations, we remain committed to supporting students and faculty.
Here are ways to connect to the Global Education Office:
By phone: (540) 231-5888 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Study abroad was something that always seemed financially out of reach for me, but because of the Global Education Scholarship I was able to study abroad for a whole semester. It changed my life and has opened me up to more opportunities to expand my education experiences to a global scale. It not only paved the way for my study abroad experience, but shaped my experience at Virginia Tech overall.”
– Casey Molina, multimedia journalism, studied abroad in Switzerland, Rwanda, and the Dominican Republic
Study Abroad Week Recap
Study Abroad Week has come to a close, but you can still continue your study abroad exploration. Access session recordings and show your interest for various programs.
Global Education Blog Feed
Steger Center for International Scholarship
Located in Riva San Vitale, Switzerland, the Steger Center for International Scholarship offers study abroad programs to students, as well as opportunities for Virginia Tech faculty and staff members to develop programs of their own.
The Fulbright program gives both students and faculty the opportunity to study or conduct research in over 100 different countries around the world. The campus Fulbright advisor can be reached at the Global Education Office.
Virginia Tech partners with ISEP, a non-profit organization, to break down financial and academic barriers and make study abroad accessible and affordable for everyone.
- ISEP offers an impressive and affordable array of programs among a global community of nearly 350 universities and colleges in more than 50 countries.
- Students can participate in semester-long, full-year, or summer programs for any field of study, as well as service-learning and internship programs.
- ISEP also offers scholarships for their programs, with many focused on underserved student populations as well as opportunities for students studying a language or in specific locations around the world.
Generation Study Abroad Commitment Partner
Virginia Tech is recognized with the IIE Seal of Excellence for achieving its Generation Study Abroad goals.
Support Study Abroad Students
Help more Hokies access study abroad opportunties. To designate your gift to the Study Abroad Scholarship Fund, click the button below.