If you want to study abroad, the Office of International Services can help facilitate the education abroad process for both GSU students and faculty. We also provide information for the parents of GSU education abroad students.

Each semester we offer programming to inform the GSU community about the latest opportunities and guide them in making their dreams a reality.

Spring 2016 Education Abroad programming:

Education Abroad Workshops for Students
Where: Engbretson Hall                                                Time: 3:30-4:30pm
Monday, February 1 – GSU Opportunities & Choosing the Right Program
Monday, February 8 – Funding Your Experience Abroad
Monday, February 15 – Education & Career Benefits

Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Workshop (for faculty)
Learn the procedures and best practices for creating a program and taking your course abroad.
When: Thursday, February 4th from 3:30-4:30pm
Where: Hall of Honors              
When: Friday, April 8th from 11:00am – 12:00pm
Where: F1622                      
    
GSU Education Abroad Symposium: Public Health Brigade to Nicaragua
Hear first-hand all about about GSU’s first service learning project abroad in Nicaragua.
When: Tuesday, February 16th from 4:30pm-6:00pm
Where: E-Lounge      
 
Education Abroad Fair
Meet with a variety of program providers who offer programs abroad: internships, service learning, semesters, etc. Providers include Athena Study Abroad, API, CAPA, Barcelona SAE, ISA, Peace Corps and U.S. Department of State.
When: Tuesday, March 1st from 1:00-5:00pm
Where: Hall of Governors                                           


Students

Students

This section will assist GSU students that are looking to study outside the United States.

Faculty

Faculty

GSU faculty will find resources here regarding the planning, approval and execution of education abroad trips.

Parents

Parents

This page contains information for parents whose children will be studying abroad while at GSU.