Welcome to Education Abroad!
Starting September 2, a Financial Aid Counselor will be available to meet with study abroad students during study abroad walk-ins. The counselor will be available every Wednesday from 1:30-4 pm in 106 Van Campen Hall.
On June 4th, 2015, the Board of Trustees approved the Study Abroad Application Fee to be $60 per student. This change went into effect on July 1st, 2015.
- Programs that let you study abroad in college
- Information about planning your study abroad experience
- Highlights of past students’ experiences
- Information for returned students
- Faculty and academic advisors resources
- Emergency procedures
- Our contact information
Contact us to explore the many opportunities and resources that Kent State University offers to participate in a rewarding study abroad program!
-The Education Abroad Team
Check out the many program options available!
Kent State Florence, Italy
Our longest-established international program, Kent State Florence offers a unique Italian Experience with strong on-site support and a variety of study tours and field trips throughout Italy. Course offerings cover many academic areas.
Kent State Geneva, Switzerland
Through our partner, Webster University, Kent State Geneva is a distinct program that offers a wide range of courses, as well as the opportunity to intern with top international NGO’s and non-profit organizations.
Kent State has many partner universities around the world where you can study for a summer, full semester, or longer. There are great financial incentives to specific programs, and a variety of destinations including, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan, and Brazil.
The International Student Exchange Program (ISEP) is a network of over 300 institutions in 50 countries that offers you more options for finding the best academic, geographic, and cultural match for your field of study and areas of interest.
Kent State Faculty-led Courses
Short-term, affordable, and guided by Kent State faculty, these programs take place throughout the year in many formats and are great for students who want to study abroad without committing to a full semester.
Experiential learning abroad is a means to expand your worldview while giving back to a community and earning valuable job skills. Internships and volunteer opportunities can last for a week to a semester, and can take you all over the world. Experiences range from teaching English to elementary children in Chile to working for a women’s group in India.