START develops and facilitates several international student exchanges and other international education programs each year, consistent with our goal of training and mentoring a new generation of globally-minded scholars and practitioners.
To learn more about our programs, explore the pages below. If you represent a non-U.S. institution interested in possible collaborations on future international education programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
International Programs for START, UMD, and U.S. Students Interested in Studying Abroad
Disaster Recovery in Japan (Undergraduate & Graduate): Travel to Japan and uncover the impact of disaster—natural and manmade—and how the nature of the disaster, culture, and other elements play into the emergency response and rebuilding process.
- Location: Tokyo, Sendai, & Kesennuma, Japan
- Dates: February 27- April 2 (March 12-19: Japan & 4 weeks online)
Countering Violent Extremism & Deradicalization (Undergraduate & Graduate): Join us in class and in Singapore to better understand the disengagement and deradicalization process of former combatant and ideologues alongside the newer Countering Violent Extremism with regional experts on the Singaporean and other South East Asian government programs.
- Location: Singapore
- Dates: Summer Session I 2017 (Weeks 1-4.5 online; Weeks 4.5-5: Singapore; Week 6: online)
Partnership with International Institutions – Bringing START research and U.S. perspectives to international students and professionals
U.S. Perspectives on Contemporary Security Issues & U.S.-Australia Cooperation (open to graduate students in Macquarie University’s PICT program)
- Location: Washington, D.C. region & New York City
- Duration & format: 10 days in the U.S.