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Annie Hyde
Manager of Study Abroad and International Programs

  • Faculty-led Programs
  • Gilman, Boren, and Fulbright Scholarships
  • Travel Registry for UMSL Faculty and Staff

Annie studied Shakespeare in England for several weeks in the summer as an undergraduate. She then spent six years living and teaching English in South Korea and traveling around Asia and Europe.

Amanda Lopez Cachan
Education Abroad Advisor
Exchange Coordinator

  • Exchange Programs (semester, year-long)
  • Gilman and Boren Scholarships

Amanda in originally from Venezuela and studied abroad as an international student in the U.S. for her undergrad. Amanda has traveled to 7 countries in South and Central America and plans to visit all Latin American countries in the future.

Emily Lu
Global Ambassador
Peer Advisor

Emily is an International Relations major who studied abroad over the summer at the National University of Ireland in Galway.  


Contact Us

Office Location:
362 SSB (Social Science & Business Building) 

Hours of Operation: 
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Walk-In Hours:
Thinking about Studying Abroad? Come see our Global Ambassadors!
Monday-Friday 9:00-4:00 


Phone: +1-314-516-7195

Mailing Address:
Study Abroad
362 SSB
1 University Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400 USA

In Case of an Emergency

  1. Get immediate assistance using the services and resources in your host country. Make sure you know the emergency numbers for your host country.
  2. Notify your faculty director, on-site coordinator, or host institution international office. They should be able to offer additional assistance in case of emergency.
  3. Contact the appropriate insurance provider:
    1. For medical issues: GeoBlue
    2. For emergency evacuation/security services: UHC Global
  4. Maintain good communication with the following as needed:
    1. UMSL Study Abroad staff. During normal office hours, call our office. If it is outside of normal office hours, call the UMSL Police at +1-314-516-5155 and ask to be put in touch with us.
    2. The US Embassy or Consulate in your host country
    3. Your emergency contact. Our office is limited on the amount of information we can disclose to your emergency contact, so make sure to communicate with them directly.