Further International Opportunities
Considering going abroad again? Numerous opportunities exist for Rice students through Rice offices and departments, and through external organizaitons.
The Center for Civic Leadership (CCL)
Besides offering valuable undergraduate research experiences and student mentoring relationships with Rice faculty, and/or local, national, and international scholars and professionals, the CCL serves as a campus-wide clearinghouse for prestigious awards and research opportunities available both on and off campus. The office functions as a consolidated reference for students seeking domestic and/or international study and research experiences. International opportunities include fellowships such as the Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, Fulbright, Luce, and Watson.
Departmental international opportunities
Individual departments sponsor international programs such as Rice 360 Institute for Global Health Technologies, Engineers Without Borders, Nakatani-RIES Fellowship in Japan, or opportunities at The James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy.
The Center for Career Development (CCD)
The CCD is a valuable resource for future international career opportunities, as well as advice for talking about your international experience on resumes or during interviews.
Graduate/professional schools abroad
Internationally-focused graduate opportunities can be found through resources such as:
Work or volunteer abroad
Rice Study Abroad does not administer or advise for outside volunteer or work abroad opportunities or endorse any particular programs or organizations. However, numerous international opportunities do exist. Students may choose to volunteer, intern, teach, or work abroad over the summer or after graduation. Students should carefully evaluate and vet any program offering volunteer, work or teach abroad experiences to assure a safe and high quality experience. Opportunities and resources include: