Undergraduate Study Abroad Fund

The College of Nursing offers a variety of global cultural immersion experiences for which students can participate.

Our mission oriented trips examine the roles of international and national health organizations responsible for providing global healthcare, investigate various global health issues, and discuss the ways of varying cultural expectations, attitudes, and beliefs can affect and individual's health.

The global cultural experiences for which the students can elect to participate include visits to Northern Ireland, Switzerland (Geneva), Ghana, Canada, Japan, Tanzania, and Italy.

Students and faculty chronicle their experiences abroad on the College of Nursing's blog. Here are some of their blog posts:

Kent State students on the first study abroad experience at the Kent State University Florence Health Institute enjoyed a gelato making class.
 
Group photo of Webster University and Kent State College of Nursing faculty, staff, and students during Kent State’s study abroad in Ghana.
 
 
Eight Kent State University College of Nursing students, eight Kent State University College of Public Health students and one pre-medical student learned the importance and implication of global health in Geneva, Switzerland, during a visit to the United Nations.
 
Students stand behind The Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland
 

 

Let more students explore global health issues by supporting our Undergraduate Study Abroad fund.