Education Abroad for International Students
Kent State University offers education abroad programs to destinations around the world where international students may obtain experiences in addition to the United States. Along with the Education Abroad website, advisors are available to help international students find the right program. Kent offers a variety of ways international students may study abroad including:
Kent State University Florence Program in Florence, Italy:
The Kent State Florence program is an excellent opportunity to engage in rigorous coursework while living in a historic city. Taught through traditional instruction infused with experiential learning, a high emphasis is placed on immersion within the international context of the material. In addition to the semester option, students can go abroad during the summer through the Florence Summer Institute.
Kent State University Geneva Program in Geneva, Switzerland:
As part of a special collaboration with Webster University, students spend a semester taking rigorous coursework that focuses on putting academic material in an international context. Students also have the opportunity to engage in an internship with one of the many NGOs in Geneva while studying with the Kent program. Visit the Kent State Geneva page for more information.
KSU Short-Term Programs:
Kent State has numerous faculty-led short-term options for Education Abroad. The short-term programs change each year and vary by subject and location. Find your options by searching our program catalog. These programs range from one week to one month.
KSU offers exchanges to universities in over 50 countries. See your opportunity for a change of scenery on Exchange programs around the world, bt going to our program search, and searching by the "Exchange" parameter. These program typically run for one semester or for one academic year.