COVID-19 Update: Study Abroad
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the extended uncertainty about international travel, all EFSC study abroad trips have been canceled for the 2020-21 academic year, which runs through Summer Term 2021. When trips can resume, the information on this page will be updated with details.
Study Abroad Through EFSC
EFSC plans study abroad trips to destinations all over the world. Examples of future trips include:
- Europe: England, France & Italy (Study Abroad in the Humanities) - Planned for May 17-26, 2022; Register for the Virtual Europe Trip Info Session on Oct. 28, 12 PM
- Zambia (Education Students)
- Guatemala and Belize
- Urban Ecology of Japan
- New Zealand
- Greece (Study Abroad in the Humanities)
- History of the Holocaust in Europe (Study Abroad in the Humanities)
Requirements for Every Trip
All study abroad trips have these general requirements:
- Participants must be 18 years or older on the departure date or travel with a parent or guardian.
- Study abroad trips require students to register for a specific EFSC course. Students must be academically eligible to take the designated course connected with each trip.
- Register for the class by seeing an advisor on any of our campuses. Students who do not wish to earn college credit may register with an audit status. You must be an EFSC student or become one in order to register for a class. Information on applying to EFSC can be found on our Enrollment Steps pages.
- International trips require a passport. If you don't have a current passport, it's important to apply as early as possible, as the process can take up to several weeks. If you do have a passport, make sure it doesn't need to be renewed. Non-US citizens must obtain their own travel visas. Passport applications can be obtained at several sites throughout Brevard County.