Study Abroad ProgramsJenifer Chambers, Director of Study Abroad
304 Fairchild Hall
The Study Abroad Program offers a variety of international group travel seminars as well as exchange options for students in almost 200 locations and on every continent. Available programs range in length from a summer or semester to a full year. K-State participates in two large exchange networks: the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP) and the MAUI-Utrecht Exchange. K-State also has bilateral exchanges with three dozen universities. A cooperative agreement through Mid-America Universities International (MAUI) allows students to participate in programs offered by other MAUI institutions. K-State also has links to such programs as Council for International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and Semester-at-Sea.
K-State also offers students a variety of credit and noncredit learning opportunities abroad through travel seminars and more extended group abroad programs. Most programs are led by K-State faculty and are coordinated by the study abroad office in cooperation with academic departments. Examples include the Department of Architecture spring semester in Italy, the Spanish summer language program in Mexico and Spain, and travel seminars to Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The coordinator of group study abroad assists faculty to develop programs and counsels students on foreign learning opportunities.
Scholarships for study abroad
· Student Government Association Scholarship
Scholarships available through other offices include:
Rhodes, Truman, Marshall
Modern languages (majors only)
Rotary Ambassadoral Scholarship
Rotary World Peace Scholarship
Barton-Dobenin Study Abroad Fellowship
Marc Johnson International Studies Scholarship
Roger and Ruth Wolfe International Scholarship