Georgia State University’s Office of International Initiatives and Study Abroad Programs consider student health and safety to be of highest priority. In light of the current concern and coverage about the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), Study Abroad Programs is keeping a close eye on the situation. With the outbreak of Ebola… more »
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Georgia State has signed a Program Specific Agreement (PSA) with the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing, China, signifying a deepened collaboration with one of China’s most prestigious institutions.
You may or may not know that some of our programs have been designated as Study Abroad With Peers (SAP) Programs. These programs place an emphasis on GSU students working with university students primarily in Task Force countries (Turkey, South Korea, Brazil, China & South Africa). Our first SAP update comes from South Korea:
The new London Experience study abroad program offers credit-bearing internships in London this summer! Honors or honors-eligible students (3.5 minimum GPA) are eligible to apply now.
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Three important scholarship applications (Coca-Cola Global Ambassador, GES, IEF) will be due on February 14th, 2014.
If you are a first generation college student interested in studying abroad, you should check out the Coca-Cola Global Ambassador Scholarship: https://app.gsu.edu/scholarships/search_scholarships.cfm?view_scholarship=4292
If you have never been out of the US before and you receive some sort… more »
Congratulations to our Gilman winners going abroad in Spring 2014: Onuejumobi (Biju) Ezeonwuka, Thomas Scardino, and Monique White! Congratulations also to alternates Paola Marquez Hincapie and Christabel Ghansah!
Congratulations to Adama Tarawally who was selected as a National Security Education Program (NSEP) Boren Scholarship recipient for the upcoming year (2013-14)! Adama will be studying Arabic in Jordan.
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Interested in studying abroad for an entire semester? The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration will be holding an informational session about the various semester-long exchange programs offered through the Robinson College of Business.
Students have the opportunity to travel abroad and study at the Université de Savoie in France or the Institute… more »
This award honors and recognizes outstanding contributions to international understanding by Georgia State University study abroad students. Any Georgia State faculty, staff, student or affiliate can nominate a Georgia State study abroad student for the award or any Georgia State study abroad student can apply for the award. All application materials must be received by… more »