Sustained global partnerships that integrate research, education, and clinical experiences
We enthusiastically prepare students to embrace the challenges and opportunities of our global community.
When it becomes safe to do so, we look forward to again offering UVA nursing students ample opportunities to study and conduct research abroad.
During normal, non-pandemic times, two semester-long study abroad opportunities are available to nursing students: one in New Zealand, at the University of Aukland, and another in Australia, at the University of Queensland. Several J-Term courses are also available to students, including one in Roaton, Honduras, with associate professor Emma Mitchell. Additional opportunities are available through the Center for Global Health, via independent study, through mentored research, and through a Global Sustainability minor.
We are eager to continue our work again on the global stage when it is safe and appropriate to do so.
Resources at UVA and beyond
- Education Abroad - a division of the International Studies Office
- UVA Center for Global Health - opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration on global issues. Recent past projects have offered student experiences in Nicaragua, Rwanda, South Africa, and Guatemala.
- UVA Global
- UVA Center for International Studies (CIS)
- The Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) builds collaborations among interdisciplinary university global health programs across education, research and service. Dedicated to creating equity and reducing health disparities, the consortium promotes long-term partnerships among universities in resource-rich and resource-poor countries, developing human capital and strengthening institutions.
UVA School of Nursing faculty and student publications, many of which concern themselves with international health issues, are listed by year on the school's Faculty Publications page.