Path Forward for Prague
The NC State European Center in Prague is the university’s only permanent international facility that welcomes both students and faculty alike. Learn more about the expansion and efforts to better serve the entire university community at home and abroad.
Study Abroad Launches Student Gateway
Students planning to travel for university-affiliated activities outside the country are now required to register in advance via an international travel gateway. The new site will help NC State provide timely emergency response and other support services if necessary.
Kids’ Wildlife Preferences Differ from Island to Mainland
NC State research with children from the Bahamas and North Carolina helps us understand the next generation's priorities for wildlife conservation.
Grant Enhances U.S.-France Exchange
NC State wins one of four grants designed to aid scholarship, language education and study-abroad programs with France.
Study Abroad Fair Oct. 3
Students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend the Study Abroad Fair to learn about the many study abroad options available at NC State.
Grant Enhances Study Abroad
NC State scores a $25,000 grant from the federal government to enhance study abroad experiences for students. The funding comes through President Obama's 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative.
NC State to Boost Study Abroad
The university pledges to increase participation in study abroad programs by 50 percent over the next five years, joining a national effort to enhance global opportunities for all students.
An American Wolfpack in London
MBA students hit the streets of swinging London to track down the next big thing. Discover the art and science of trendspotting.
Ph.D. students Suzanne O’Connell and Aaron Fox immersed themselves in Croatian agriculture, cuisine and culture as they explored study abroad options with the University of Zagreb’s Faculty of Agriculture.
Study Abroad Faculty Recognized
NC State’s Study Abroad office is honoring more than 100 faculty during International Education Week.
SBP September 10th: Campus Updates
Campus updates about Student Government Appropriations, the Study Abroad Fair, and Voter Registration
NC State Joins National Diversity Project
NC State will be part of a new national project to promote collaboration between international and diversity education initiatives on college campuses.
Dr. Craig Brookins, an associate professor of psychology and Africana studies, shared his experiences of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro as part of the Fabulous Faculty series.
Each year, more than 1,000 students take part in NC State's Study Abroad program, crossing international borders for cultural immersion, academic study, career building and service opportunities. Thousands of photographs of stunning landscapes, unique cultural heritages and globally engaged NC State students have been taken - some of the best of which we'll share with you today.
Moore’s International Work Featured
Dr. Susan Moore, whose outreach work in forestry has taken her around the world, is featured in the June/July Study Abroad spotlight.