Study Abroad Advising is now available on both the Clarkston and Dunwoody campuses.  To set up an appointment, please contact Prof. Beth Wallace at  She will be available to help with applications or answer questions.

Eligibility Requirements

In order to study abroad, Perimeter College students must:

  • be in good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA)
  • not be on academic probation, suspension or exclusion
  • register for lower division study abroad courses (1000-2000 level)

  • Download our Perimeter College Study Abroad Scholarship Resource Flyer, which is updated at least once a semester with deadline information and new scholarship opportunities. This is a great cheat sheet to check scholarship eligibility and application deadlines.
  • Search for Perimeter College scholarships
  • Another resource for study abroad scholarships is, a study abroad scholarship search engine.
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2018 Perimeter College Study Abroad Opportunities

The European Council sponsors summer study abroad programs for USG students and transients
at seven locations in Europe that last 2-5 weeks
  • Programs are taught by faculty from EC member institutions around the state of Georgia
  • Participants receive GSU credit for this program
  • Learn more online at
  • List of all 2018 European Council Courses by Program and Courses by Subject

    Edinburgh, Scotland
    May 12 – May 25 OR May 26 - June 8 | $2995

    Available Lower Division Courses:

    British Lit I: Fairyland to Hogwarts
    Introduction to Psychology
    Rebels, Kings, & Witches: Scotland Before 1865


    Waterford, Ireland
    June 14 – July 19 | $5200

    Available Lower Division Courses:

    Introduction to Global Issues
    Introduction to Art
    Erin go Bragh: Irish & British Literature
    Sports Communication
    Introduction to Sociology


    St. Petersburg, Russia
    June 23 – July 23 | $4950

    Available Lower Division Courses:

    RUSS 1001/1002/2001/2002
    Drawing/Media I
    Art, Society & Culture: Contemporary Art in St. Petersburg
    Russian Literature


    London, England
    June 28 – August 1 | $5400

    Available Lower Division Courses:

    Introduction to Philosophy
    British Literature
    Human Genetics: Special Topics
    Intro to Psychology
    World Literature
    Introduction to Comparative Politics
    Art, Society, and Culture
    Introduction to Theatre


    Berlin, Germany
    June 28 – August 1 | $5300

    Available Lower Division Courses:

    History of German Scientist
    Elementary German I
    Intro to Sociology
    Intermediate German I
    Western Civilization II: History in the Heart of Europe
    Music Appreciation
    World Literature II


    Madrid, Spain
    June 28 – August 3 | $5300

    Available Lower Division Courses:

    Intermediate Spanish I or II
    US History
    World Literature I
    Introduction to International Studies


    Paris, France
    June 30 – August 5 | $5200

    Available Lower Division Courses:

    Chemistry of Warfare
    Intermediate French I
    World Literature II
    Cultural Anthropology: Culture & Diversity of France
    Introduction to Anthropology
    World Literature I
    Art in the “City of Light”: An Introduction to Art in Paris

    • Tentative program dates: May 8th - June 5th, 2018
    • Earn 6 credit hours from GSU.
    • Cost: $3850 + the cost of GSU tuition & fees
    • The program fee includes round-trip airfare, lodging and most meals, field trips and excursions, and most ground transportation.
    • Lower division courses offered include: Urban Ecology, Survey of World Literature, Asian American Literature, Introduction to Human Geography, World History to 1500, Taijiquan: The Art of Chinese Wellness, Global Issues, Introduction to Sociology
    • Study in a city close to many historical and cultural sites including the famous Shaolin Monastery where martial arts traditions were established.
    • For more information, visit

    Program Director: Liam Madden