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Meeting with Advisors

From your academic advisor to a peer advisor, you can find lots of people excited to share their knowledge with you and support you on this journey. See our Advisor page for more detail.

Academic Advisor
Connecting with your academic advisor is important early on so they can help you plan for the best time to consider going abroad, programs that suit your educational goals, and how to consider completing any necessary requirements.

Study Abroad Advisors
IE study abroad advisors look forward to providing information and support throughout the process of studyabroad—before, during and after! Our team can help you with any question no matter how big or small. Each advisor has a specific programmatic or geographic region of responsibility, but they are each highly knowledgeable about our process and programs.

Language Abroad Advisors
If you are applying to a study abroad program in which the language of instruction is not English, refer to the webpages below to see which faculty members can advise you.

Languages, Literatures,and Cultures – Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian

Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies – Spanish, Portuguese
Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies majors and minors must meet with the professor responsible for their particular study abroad program. This meeting is optional for non-majors who will be taking classes in Spanish or Portuguese.

Contact Us

Office of International Education
Carole Weinstein International Center, suite 103
Phone: (804) 289-8836
studyabroad@richmond.edu
international.richmond.edu

Study Abroad Advisors by Region/Country

  • Amy Bergmann

    CIEE; multiple locations
    Denmark
    Hungary
    India
    International Honors Program (IHP); multiple locations
    Ireland
    Jordan
    Middle East
    Morocco (AMIDEAST)
    Netherlands
    Russia
    School for Field Studies (SFS); multiple locations
    School for International Training (SIT); multiple locations
    Scotland
    Sweden
    Turkey

  • Michele Cox

    Asia
    Brazil
    Czech Republic
    Italy
    Poland
    Spain (Carlos III, St. Louis in Madrid, Universidad de Alcala de Henares, Universidad de Cordoba, Universidad de Deusto, UVA in Valencia)
    West Indies

  • Chris Klein

    Africa (except SFS and SIT)
    Australia
    Austria
    England
    France
    Germany
    Morocco (IES)
    New Zealand
    Switzerland

  • Patrick Schweiger

    Argentina
    Chile
    Ecuador
    Mexico
    Spain: ESADE School of Business, Universitat Pompeu Fabra