Education Abroad at Kent State University
Get Involved! Global Education Leadership Programs
Interested in getting involved with the international student and education abroad culture at Kent State University? Consider participating in one of the Office of Global Education's Global Education Leadership Programs.
- Global Passport Program - Learn about different cultures and the KSU international student population by attending activities and collecting stamps for your passport.
- Contact Jordan Anderson, International Student & Scholar Advisor, for more information or to apply - email@example.com
- Education Abroad Ambassadors - Did you love your study abroad experience and want to share your excitement with others? The Ambassador Program is meant to connect study abroad alumnus with each other and with peers interested in studying abroad.
- Contact Amber Bollinger, Education Abroad Advisor, for more information or to apply - firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to learn more about these opportunities? Download the Global Education Leadership Programs Pamphlet and contact one of the advisors above to get started.
Get Started! What to Consider When Planning to Study Abroad
Interested in study abroad, but not sure where to get started? Take a look at the Guide to Education Abroad, a simple sheet laying out information about the Kent State University programs. Then make an appointment with an Education Abroad Advisor to discuss how to plan your time abroad. Appointments can be made by emailing EdAbroad@kent.edu or calling 330-672-7980.
Follow Kent State University student Jessica Miller who is currently studying abroad in Taiwan during the Summer 2013 term. Jessica is a past study abroad student in Germany and will study in Korea during the fall semester. Read about Jessica's travels and studies as she navigates Taiwan in her blog, Destination: Asia.