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OSA provides a number of resources for students to seek advice regarding study abroad.

Study Abroad Advisers

OSA is staffed with advisers who have experience working with undergraduates from all majors. Our advisers have studied, worked and lived abroad in their own lives, and have spent their careers helping students prepare for and adjust to host countries and academic cultures that are different from our own. Our advisers are available to assist you in clarifying your educational objectives for study abroad and matching them to an appropriate program.

Each OSA adviser has spent a significant amount of time studying, living and/or working in particular world regions. While you can make an appointment with either adviser, you may wish to make an appointment with one whose regional expertise matches your interests.

Mr. Ghazi Lashab has over ten years of experience working at University College London and King's College London. Mr. Lashab is well-versed in the UK university system, and has extensive educational experience in Australia and France, as well as travel experience off the beaten path in such locations as Cambodia, Kazakhstan and Easter Island, instilling in him a passion for advising students destined to unique study abroad destinations.

Make an appointment with Mr. Lashab here

Ms. Julie Gamze firt lived abroad in Nicaragua, and then spent her junior year abroad on the CIEE program in São Paulo, Brazil. Ms. Gamze has also worked in various regions of Mexico. She is particularly well-versed in Latin America, but is eager to help students with a wide variety of academic and geographical interests. 

Make an appointment with Ms. Gamze here 

We also offer walk-in hours in the office and at Global Café each Tuesday afternoon from 2-4 PM in the LBC Mezzanine.

Peer Advisers

OSA Peer Advisors are all returned study abroad students who have been trained to help prospective study abroad students in making informed decisions regarding study abroad. Peer Advisers hold office hours and are available to meet with prospective students as you inquire about study abroad opportunities, the applicaiton process, OSA policies and procedures, or are simply seeking a student perspective on international education. Meetings with Peer Advisers do not require an appointment. The walk-in schedule is below. As with our staff advisers, you may want to meet with the peer adviser who has experience in your region of interest. However, all PA's are able to assist students who plan to study on any OSA program. 

Global Café

The Center for Global Education hosts Global Café each Tuesday afternoon from 2-4 PM in the LBC Mezzanine. Global Café is a meeting-place for internationally-engaged or interested members of the Tulane community. Here, students, faculty and staff come together informally for coffee, tea and a snack and to relax and chat.

Study Abroad Fair

Each year the Office of Study Abroad hosts an October study abroad fair. Representatives from Tulane’s overseas partner institutions and program providers, as well as local representatives from cultural and educational institutions are on hand to discuss a wide variety of program opportunities with interested students. Study Abroad Alumni often attend the fair to give students an insider perspective on their program.

Information Sessions

OSA Staff organizes information sessions based on major, region, duration and other considerations, throughout the academic year. Sessions may also cover such topics as international scholarship These sessions are open to all students. Check our calendar to see if there is an information session scheduled that interests you!

Study Abroad Alumni

The Study Abroad Returnee Contact (SARC) Program provides a platform for returnee study abroad students to share their advice and experience with students who are searching for a program and preparing to study abroad. Each semester, the Office of Study Abroad recruits and trains returnees to help prospective study abroad students find the program that is right for them, as well as give insider advice about their host country and its academic culture, history and daily life. Prospective study abroad students can access a list of SARC's and reach out directly via email with their questions!

Study Abroad Returnee Contact Program (SARC)

SARC is composed of Tulane students that have studied abroad. They are here to share their experiences, help guide students who are interested in applying and answer all questions you may have.

Meet the SARCs