In accordance with CDC, WHO, and UNC guidance on COVID-19, we are examining each program’s feasibility and safety both abroad and domestically in the US. At this time, we are still running many of our programs, abiding the restrictions in place, and with the understanding that aspects of them may change due to prevailing realities at home or in the program location. Please direct any questions to Gina Difino at email@example.com.
Weir Fellowships in Beijing and Shanghai
Become fluent in Mandarin and gain practical, independent work experience in China, home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations and the 21st century’s fastest growing economy.
Weir Fellows spend the Spring semester in Beijing for intensive language study at the CET Chinese Language Center, then complete an eight-week summer internship in either Beijing or Shanghai exploring careers in fields such as banking, law, journalism, public health, and historic preservation.
Singapore: Honors Exchange Program
Honors Carolina students may enroll in the University Scholars Program at the National University of Singapore. Students live in Cinnamon College (an Honors residence), take Honors seminars, and participate in a wide range of co-curricular and social events with their Singaporean classmates.
This program is limited to Honors Carolina students.
Winston House is Honors Carolina’s London home, and serves as a hub for UNC’s study abroad programs and research initiatives across Europe.
Honors Study Abroad Scholarships
Students applying to Honors Global programs may also apply for scholarships based on demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Students who would like to be considered for these scholarships should indicate as such in their program application.