Study Abroad Programs

Exchange Programs

ESC Rennes School of Business Exchange Program (France)
ESC Rennes School of Business is located in the heart of Brittany, France
Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to ESC Rennes School of Business.
https://www.esc-rennes.fr/index.php/en

Denmark Exchange Program (Denmark)
Copenhagen Day and Evening University College of Teacher Education in Copenhagen, Denmark
Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to KDAS.
https://ucc.dk/international

Mary Immaculate College Exchange Program (Ireland)
Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, Ireland
Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to City Campus (Limerick apartment accommodations).
http://www.mic.ul.ie/

Northumbria Exchange Program (United Kingdom)

Northumbria University at Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to Northumbria University.
http://www.northumbria.ac.uk/

ISEP: International Student Exchange Program

Over 140 locations worldwide
Students pay FSU tuition, (based on residency status) fee, room and board through their student e-bill account.
http://www.isep.org/

Kyung Hee University Exchange Program
(Korea) Kyung Hee University in Seoul or Suwon, Korea Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to Kyung Hee University.
http://www.khu.ac.kr/eng/index.jsp

Baden-Wurttemberg Cooperative State University Exchange Program (Germany) Baden-Wurttemberg Cooperative State University in Mosbach, Germany. Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to Baden-Wurttemberg.
http://international.mosbach.dhbw.de/exchange-students.html

Nagasaki University Exchange Program (Japan)
Nagasaki University in Nagasaki City, Japan. Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to Nagasaki University.
http://www.nagasaki-u.ac.jp/en/

NEOMA Business School (France)
NEOMA Business School in Reims, France - just two hours from Paris.Students pay FSU tuition and fees (based on residency status) through their student e-bill account and pay room and board costs to NEOMA Business School.
https://www.neoma-bs.com/en/

List of Study Abroad Programs

The following Study Abroad Opportunities are available. Students pay fees as indicated on program websites.

Faculty-Led Study Abroad Options


STUDY ABROAD IN ENGLAND AND WALES

England and Wales

Kinesiology and Recreation Department
Led by Dr. Martin Barrett
TENTATIVE Program Dates: March 14 - 21, 2021

n the United Kingdom, sport is part of the British cultural fabric and forms a key source of nationalism, and the provision of public recreation is deeply ingrained in the nation's historical status as a 'welfare state.' Discover the many ways in which sport and recreation is produced and consumed by the British public, attend professional football (yes, not soccer!) and rugby matches, and gain expert insights from working professionals in the sport and recreation field.

*This trip is in conjunction to RECR 490: Global Perspectives in Sport and Recreation Management. The course well be offered during the Spring 2021 semester with Dr. Barrett. Students will travel abroad during Spring Break.

For more information, please contact Kara Hotchkiss at 301.687.4714 or kjhotchkiss@frostburg.edu.

STUDY ABROAD IN BARCELONA, SOUTHERN FRANCE, AND ITALY



Led by Dr. Greg Wood and Dr. Heather Cisneros
Program Dates: March 13 – 22, 2020

Consider the Mediterranean Sea's influence on the history—and modern culture—of three interconnected nations. In Barcelona, gaze at Gaudí's colorful and creative works. Along the French Riviera, let the natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere inspire you. And in Florence, hear the chimes of Giotto's Campanile ring across the city.

*This trip is in conjunction to IDIS 351/350: Exploring American Culture, an interdisciplinary colloquium in American Studies. One of the first topics will be a discussion of the cultural impact abroad of US globalization. The course will be offered during the Spring 2020 semester with Dr. Wood. Students will travel abroad during Spring Break.

For more information, please contact Kara Hotchkiss at 301.687.4714 or kjhotchkiss@frostburg.edu.


BERLIN: THE CITY EXPERIENCE



Sociology/Women's Study Department
Led by Dr. Jennifer Earles
Program Dates: March 14 – 20, 2020 (subject to change)
Open to all FSU students*

Berlin’s storied past is firmly embedded in a vibrant contemporary culture. Stand in the Nazi headquarters one moment, and navigate the city's eco-friendly infrastructure the next. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, this city has evolved into one of the most eclectic, exciting and multicultural communities in Europe. Discover the many ways to contemplate the past, enjoy the present and dream of the future.

*This trip is in conjunction to SOCI 490/WMST 490: Gender & The City, a 3 credit course, in which students will explore how gendered power relations shape urban spaces and who benefits from the opportunities and pleasure of urban life. The course will be offered during the Spring 2020 semester with Dr. Earles. Students will travel abroad during Spring Break.

For more information, please contact Kara Hotchkiss at 301.687.4714 or kjhotchkiss@frostburg.edu.


Spain: Land of Many Cultures

Spain Collage

Millennia of cultivation finds synagogues, mosques and cathedrals sitting side by side. In a country composed of 17 autonomous states, five official languages and three distinct religions, there is a lot happening that isn’t as simple as just “Spanish.” Dive into this unexpected melting pot, where a history of international influence has formed a land of many cultures.

Heather Cisneros, an assistant professor in FSU’s Department of English and Foreign Languages, will lead FSU students to Spain during May 2019. For more information about this trip, please contact the Center for International Education at 301.687.4747 or kjhotchkiss@frostburg.edu.


STUDY ABROAD IN ENGLAND, IRELAND, & WALES

Landscapes of ENGLAND, IRELAND, & WALES

Honors Program/History Department
Led by Dr. Greg Wood
March 16 - 24, 2019

In the British Isles, the bindings of culture and history are as strong as King Arthur's sword. As you zip across the landscapes that knights spent centuries battling for, it all comes into focus. Try not to blink as you see where ties were broken and kingdoms were defended. English works everywhere you go, but your jam-packed adventure will leave you fluent in everything British Isles.

*This trip is in conjunction to IDIS 351/350: Exploring American Culture, an interdisciplinary colloquium in American Studies. One of the first topics will be a discussion of the cultural impact abroad of US globalization. The course will be offered during the Spring 2019 semester with Dr. Wood. Students will travel abroad during Spring Break.

For more information, please contact Kara Hotchkiss at 301.687.4714 or kjhotchkiss@frostburg.edu.