Study Abroad

Studying abroad not just for students

As part of Kent State University President Lester A. Lefton’s visions for the university, Kent State established an international exchange program with the University of Würzburg, Germany, to broaden students’ educational experiences.

Kent State students were featured on the U.S. News and World Report home page on July 29, 2014. These students traveled to Florence in June as part of our Summer Institute program. The Summer Institute creates more study-abroad access to disadvantaged students – minorities or those from low-income families who might not have had the opportunity to go overseas otherwise.

After learning about Kent State’s campus in Florence shortly after joining Kent State’s School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) in 2010, Assistant Professor Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., knew she wanted to create a course abroad.

Katherine Armstrong-Mosque

A juried photo exhibit spotlighting study abroad students in the College of 
Communication and Information (CCI) is now on display in the Kent State University Library.

Forty remarkable photos were selected to provide a glimpse of how CCI study abroad students see the world, and included are images from all over Europe and Asia.

Kent State University at Ashtabula nursing students will be traveling to the Dominican Republic in May for an experiential learning opportunity that is the culmination of the "Professional Nursing with a Global Perspective" course being taught this spring.  Course professors, Tamra Courey, MSN, and Julie Senita, MSN, will be travelling with eight students and Dr. Lori Herpen and Dr. John DeCato, two local podiatrists.  The group will spend a week serving the medical needs of the Barahona community in the Dominican Republic.   

Kent, OH – September 4, 2014 – The School of Communication Studies announces a new study abroad program for graduate students. The Global Scholar Exchange program is a study abroad initiative that fosters an international partnership between the School of Communication Studies and the prestigious Catholic University of Portugal in Lisbon, starting this fall.

Visual Communication Design and Photo Illustration students at Kent State University have an exclusive opportunity to study design abroad. The School of Visual Communication Design (VCD) proudly announces a 12-day study abroad learning adventure in Berlin and Prague for students in March 2013. Junior, senior and graduate level students enrolled in Graphic Design 2 or Graphic Design Field Experience will meet design professionals, international students and experience the global design community firsthand.

Twenty-four students from Kent State's College of Communication and Information traveled to London May 10-27 for a life-changing study abroad experience where they engaged with different cultures to grow both personally and professionally.

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