Study Abroad Programs
Promoting Study Abroad and Exchange Programs
The Office of International Education provides educational opportunities to students who are interested in studying abroad. It is our belief that one of the best ways for our students to prepare themselves in the global world is to visit different parts of the world. Currently, we have sent students to our international partner schools. Furthermore, because of the pandemic the Office of International Education will organize study away short-term field trips for students until further notice.
Internationalization of faculty is important. We will encourage FSU faculty to teach abroad and conduct international research. In addition, faculty from abroad will be invited to teach and conduct research at FSU. We will continue to work with faculty and staff to integrate and/or develop new international curricula for enhancing the global experiences of our students and faculty. To achieve this goal, we will work aggressively with colleges and departments at FSU to seek funding opportunities from various government offices and foundations.
- Boren Fellowship Program
- Boren Scholarship Program
- Critical Language Scholarship Program
- Gilman Scholarship Program
Find more information on International Education Center
Study Abroad in London in the Spring of 2020!
“They may speak English, but the British have their own way of doing things.
Join us for Study Abroad 2020 to learn more about the various aspects of Healthcare in London.”
Join me for an information session ( Sept 10th @ 12 noon in BCBE 117) or email me at ( Jbushell@uncfsu.edu) or call me at (910)672-1508 or come meet with me BCBE 388
Cost $3500----Early bird discount of $200 if you pay your deposit by September 30.
$200 deposit required to reserve your space.
Pre-requisites: minimum GPA of 2.5 and be in good academic standing, HCM 311 or HCM 310 or MGMT 311.
FSU Faculty, Staff, and Students Visit Barbados
FSU Faculty, Staff, and Students Visit China
May 23, 2014, China -- A group of 13 FSU faculty, staff, and students recently traveled to the other side of the world to participate in a 9-day educational and cultural expedition to the People's Republic of China. They returned to the U.S. on May 23, 2014.