: School for International Training (SIT)
: Global Health, Human Health, Development, French. This program is open to all majors, but may be particularly suitable to students with academic interests in the majors listed above.
: Fall: late August to early December; Spring: late January to early May.
: A minimum 3.0 GPA, good academic standing. Applications will include strong research proposal in the student's specific field of interest within global health.
: A curriculum that introduces students to current global health issues and the activities of international organizations, focusing on Geneva as a center of international relations; exposes students to the political, economic, social, and cultural influences on global health and development as seen through the Swiss lens.
Credit and Grade Translation - SIT Switzerland
Students will need to start preparing for a research topic early; after having identified a topic or a range of topics, the student should discuss the proposal with appropriate Emory faculty before submitting the application to SIT.
Check the OISP Blanket-Approved Database for pre-approved courses. Blanket Approval List
: The students stay in a home stay for ten weeks with a Swiss or international family, mostly in villages in the area around Nyon, near Geneva. Other accommodations during the program include hostels or small hotels.
: A full description of the program costs and billing procedures is available in the budget sheets linked at the top of this page by semester.
Students are eligible to carry existing financial aid and scholarships on Emory-approved study abroad programs. Students may also be eligible to apply for external scholarships.
: Once SIT has accepted you and you have confirmed your enrollment, you will receive predeparture information that will include:
Passport and visa requirements (Please do not apply for the visa before you receive this information from SIT!)
Host country information
Reading and Internet resources