What is the International Exchange Student Buddy Program?
When new international exchange students come at Georgia State University, they’re starting a life-changing adventure and are sure to have some questions along the way. Adjusting to a new cultural environment can be fun and exciting, but it can also be intimidating and challenging. That’s where our wonderful… more »
Spring Break study abroad programs are unique study abroad experiences that open up the opportunity to study abroad to a wide variety of GSU students. Have you ever thought to study abroad sounded great but there’s a long list of reasons that it “just isn’t for me”? The program costs are too high? Can’t take that much time… more »
Abbas Barzegar of Religious Studies traveled to Turkey last year to explore the Syrian refugee crisis and the operations of faith-based non-governmental organizations (NGO) in refugee zones. This summer, Barzegar will continue this exploration with a group of graduate and undergraduate students for Georgia State University Turkey 2015, the Study Abroad Think Tank.
“I realized… more »
Recent changes to the Federal Pell Grant Program have made it harder for students who receive these grants to study abroad during the summer, because Pell Grant is only awarded two semesters per academic year. In response, the College of Arts and Sciences has taken steps to increase the number of international opportunities available to… more »
The College of Arts and Sciences has added a new program to its roster: The International Exchange Student Buddy Program. Headed by Director of International Programs, Gayle Nelson, the program sets out to enrich and ease the study abroad experience for incoming international exchange students.
The International Student Program matches Georgia State University students from… more »
It’s a funny sign, but it’s even funnier after meeting Naim, who radiates a kind of soft-spoken, good-humored calm. So why does he have a picture… more »
For the first time, Georgia State University students can experience academic life in India.
“This is a part of the world that students have a lot of interest in, but there’s not a lot of opportunity,” said Dr. S. Rashid Naim, director of undergraduate studies for Political Science. “It’s a very important part of the… more »
The College of Arts and Sciences is about to get even more global, thanks to the university’s Developing External Educational Partnerships, or DEEP program. The university has approved six grants for Arts and Sciences faculty to work with universities in Asia and Africa.
The DEEP grants are not intended to support programs long-term, but rather… more »