Study Abroad Fair

Come & Join our Study Abroad Fair, with information sessions where students, faculty and staff can learn about study abroad programs, international internships and service-learning opportunities, international scholarships, national fellowships, careers with U.S. Department of State and USAID.


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FAMU Study Abroad Fair


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Event Registration 

Please register for the fair in advance by filling out our Registration Form - whether you are Faculty, Student, or Staff! 
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Information for our Partners

Information for our Partners

If you are a Program Provider, Partner, or Vendor, please click here to learn more about participating in our Study Abroad Fair. 
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Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2024

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  • Schedule

    10 a.m. – 11 a.m. | Faculty Expo

    11 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Student Expo

    12 p.m. – 1 p.m. | Lunch

    Location: Grand Ballroom

Last Fall '23 Partners / Representatives in Attendance:

  • Absolute Internships
  • Academic Programs International
  • Arava Institute
  • CAFS Office of International Agriculture
  • EF Study
  • Exchange Programs
  • FAMU Office of Financial Aid
  • FAMU Registrars Office
  • Finland and Sweden Spring Break 2024
  • IES Abroad
  • IES Internships
  • ISA and TEANS by WorldStrides
  • Institute of International Education
  • International Volunteer HQ / Intern HQ
  • John Cabot University
  • KEI Abroad
  • London Metropolitan University
  • Lorenzo de' Medici Institute
  • Newcastle University
  • Peace Corps
  • Perrotis / The American Farm School
  • SEA Education
  • Santa Reparata International School of Art
  • The School for Field Studies
  • Trinidad & Tobago Faculty-Led Summer 2024
  • World Endeavors



While planning a faculty-led study abroad program allows the faculty member to control the academic experience, it can prove to be a challenging and time-consuming process to coordinate the logistics arrangements. Because of the time and effort its takes to establish a good international experience, OIED recommends that faculty members consider using an experienced and approved education abroad. 

During the Study Abroad Fair you can interact with representatives of these services. These providers have support resources in most countries and have knowledge of local customs and cultural excursion resources to insure a quality experience. They can provide assistance in arranging more affordable group airfares, housing and board, classroom space, knowledgeable guides and in-country transportation, as well as the ability to refer guest lecturers. Providers have the ability to respond to an emergency situation by knowing how to deliver appropriate assistance in a timely manner and have a reliable process to deal with moving students safely during natural disasters and national crises. They can also eliminate the frustration related to the payment of program fees by establishing individual student accounts, excluding FAMU tuition and fees. 


The FAMU Grand Ballroom is located at 1625 S. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Tallahassee, FL 32307.

While the Study Abroad Fair is FREE for Students, Faculty and Staff to Attend, there is a registration fee for Program Providers, Vendors, and Partners to table at this Fair.

The registration fee is payable by cashier's check, check, or money order.

Yes, Registration is Required.

Yes, Lunch will be provided.

Please contact:  

Emily Maurer, M.Ed, MPA
Office of International Education and Development
Florida A&M University
1740 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Suite. 302, Perry-Paige North
P: (850) 599-3295 (office), P: (850) 412-7077 (direct)
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