Study Abroad Fair
February 21, 2017 from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the Hall of Governors
Meet with various
representatives of study abroad programs to see what is the right program for
you. Programs can range from short-term summer/winter programs to semester and
year-long programs including internships abroad and service abroad. Representatives on campus will include the following organizations: Athena Study Abroad, ISA, USAC, CAPA, API, Barcelona SAE, Across the Pond and Peace Corps. Come to the GSU table to learn more about upcoming GSU programs as well!
GSU Joins Generation
GSU has joined the Institute of International Education’s Generation Study Abroad initiative
to help more Americans to gain international experience through study abroad
By 2019, GSU pledges
to double its numbers and reach an average of 100 students who participate in
credit-bearing education abroad programs.
Click here for
the full story.
Student in Italy for Spring 2017 Semester
GSU Student, Taylor Smith, is studying abroad
for the entire Spring semester in Florence, Italy through Athena Study Abroad.
Taylor received the McKay
Global Citizen Scholarship which is designed for the Athena
student who can best demonstrate an interest in and intention to promote the
concept of social justice at a city, state, national, and/or global level.
Follow her blog here.12 Scholarships available!
UPCOMING GSU STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS:
Dates: July 4-21, 2017
Application Deadline: March 1, 2017
Study Abroad Scholarship Application Deadline: March 1, 2017
First Deposit Deadline: April 1, 2017
China Studies Program Handout
"Studying abroad in a country as beautiful as China was a life
changing experience that has shown me how much there is to learn from those around
us here and far. I love to travel. Attending the China Studies Program has
inspired me to seek out more opportunities to visit other countries. Studying
abroad is a great experience that everyone should consider!" Andrea
Fuentes, China Summer Studies Program 2016
"Studying abroad in China was an unforgettable experience. It broadened
my world view and perspective. It was a great opportunity to be able to view
the United States from the lens of a different country. I developed new
friendships and experienced personal growth. I would recommend for students to
take this opportunity and if they have a chance just take it... Study
abroad!" Joanna Vieyra, China Summer Studies Program 2016
This section will assist GSU students that are looking to study outside the United States.
GSU faculty will find resources here regarding the planning, approval and execution of education abroad trips.
This page contains information for parents whose children will be studying abroad while at GSU.