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Semester Abroad - Italy

ALL majors can spend a semester in Florence, Italy

New courses now being offered at the Florence Center beginning spring 2015.

Ksu Florence

NEW! The Event Planning Minor Cohort courses are designed for all Kent State students who desire to add a minor that will enhance their global learning experience and their future professional career aspirations. Students in the Teacher Education Semester will acquire further global learning experience that will enhance career opportunities in the United States and abroad. Elective Courses and Kent Core courses are available to all Kent State students-many courses have been added!

For more information about your major and opportunities to study abroad, visit the Office of Global Education website.


Steps for students that are interested in researching a study abroad experience in Florence, Italy:

Office of Global Education-will provide overall general information and application process

Amber Bollinger
Coordinator, Kent State University – Florence
Advises for Kent State Florence programs
Walk-in hours: Wednesday: 9:00-11:30 am; Thursday:  1:00 - 4:00 pm
abollin2@kent.edu
Phone: 330-672-7975

 

College of EHHS-more specific information about Road Map and coursework

Christine Connors
EHHS Florence Program Coordinator
Beginning September 9th-office hours-students sign in at front desk in WH Room 304
Monday; 10 am – 12 pm
Thursday: 2 pm – 4 pm
mconnor1@kent.edu

* Follow up with a meeting with your Academic Advisor for official advising.

 

KSU Financial Aid for Study Abroad

Laura Gaugler
Financial Aid COunselor
lgaugle1@kent.edu



EHHS Scholarships
Julie Wilcox
Academic Recruitment & Retention Director
jwilcox@kent.edu

Gilman International Scholarship Program Spring 2015 Application Open-for students who receive the Pell Grant. View application and program details.


Teacher Education Semester in Florence, Italy

Students Fabrizio class lecture

The demand for educators with an international experience is on the increase. Kent State University is the first university in the United States to offer an International Baccalaureate Early Childhood Teaching program.

The Teacher Education Semester in Florence Program is designed to provide all education majors with an international experience while ensuring that they continue to make progress toward earning their degree.

School visits and cultural field experiences are integrated into the semester's study.

 

College of EHHS-more specific information about Road Map and coursework

Christine Connors
EHHS Florence Program Coordinator
Beginning September 9th-office hours-students sign in at front desk in WH Room 304
Monday; 10 am – 12 pm
Thursday: 2 pm – 4 pm
mconnor1@kent.edu