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CU Honors College

Travel Opportunities

The Clemson University Honors College and Clemson, provides a wealth of connections, opportunities and support that makes it possible for you to study, work and research at some of the top universities, corporations and locations around the globe.

Study abroad is open to students in all majors and is critically important for every professional field.

The Honors College currently offers the following study abroad programs:

Conference Travel Grants

Students attending or presenting at professional academic conferences may request Conference Travel Funds to register for and travel to the events.

Duckenfield Scholars Program

Designed to identify and enable one or two Honors students who demonstrate extraordinary talent, motivation, commitment, and ability to attend St. Peter's Summer School at Magdalen College, Oxford University, each summer.

Educational Enrichment Travel Grants

Designed to fund out of the classroom, life-changing experiences that take place away from Clemson and the Upstate of South Carolina.

London Virtual Internship Program

A three-credit Honors virtual internship in London that is open to all majors.

Summer 2021 Mini Grants

Clemson Honors students used these grants for virtual/home-based experiences during summer 2021, when they were unable to travel.

Clemson University Study Abroad

In addition to the support you'll find from the Clemson University Study Abroad Office, the Honors College coordinates several study abroad programs and is always seeking opportunities to further advance our students' understanding of the interconnectedness of the world.

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A new world

Innovating global learning at Clemson University

As the need to rethink global learning emerged over the past couple of years, partners across the University have developed several interdisciplinary enrichment projects, all with one thing in common — virtual experiences that would encourage cross-cultural understanding and collaboration, preparing students to work with multinational teams and a diverse workforce.

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