Florida State University’s Center for Global Engagement welcomed 96 new international students from 36 countries to campus this spring. Forty-two undergraduate students, including 21 students transferring in from FSU's Republic of Panama Branch Campus, 23 master’s students and 20 doctoral students made up the majority of the new group.
Florida State University’s Center for Global Engagement welcomed more than 440 new international students from 40 countries to campus this fall.
FSU’s incoming international students include 169 undergraduate students and 272 graduate students, making FSU’s total population of international students over 2,400 from more than 120 different countries and areas.
FSU’s Global Exchanges program will host visitors from Bergische Universität Wuppertal (BUW) at our next information session, on Tuesday, March 28, at 3:30 p.m. at The Globe (GME Building), Room 2600.
BUW is one of FSU’s reciprocal student exchange partners located in the heart of Europe in the city of Wuppertal, Germany.
Florida State University recently became one of only four universities to win a prestigious national award for integrating international education throughout the university.
Florida State University Global Exchanges offers students an immersive, international study experience while allowing them to earn FSU credits, pay FSU tuition and use financial aid. Students have the opportunity to choose from over 40 international universities where they can take classes for one or two semesters.
Catherine Tran, recent FSU graduate and marketing major, shared her experience as a student at Hanyang University in South Korea.
The Center for Global Engagement recently welcomed 10 new incoming exchange students who will attend FSU for the Spring 2017 semester. FSU received 43 incoming exchange students during this academic year. Of these new students, several are from FSU’s newest global exchange partner universities: University of Macau; Hong Kong Baptist University; and Sungkyunkwan University. Students also joined us from existing partnerships with University of Groningen, the Netherlands; Oldenburg University, Germany; Hanyang University, South Korea; and University of Perugia, Italy.