UK Raises Threat Level
In the aftermath of the Manchester, UK bombing, the M15 Security Service in the UK
has raised the threat level for international terrorism from Substantial to Critical.
Making Internationalization Matter
The Division of Global Affairs is at the center of Kennesaw State University’s vision and mission for a 21st Century University that is infused with international sophistication and engages students, faculty and the community with our increasingly interconnected and globalized world. The Division of Global Affairs supports international education, global community engagement and intercultural scholarship among KSU’s students, faculty and community stakeholders.
The Division of Global Affairs is composed of two academic institutes, four academic centers, six university departments and a central administration office. The Division of Global Affairs has nearly 200 employees, including 52 full-time faculty & staff, 72 affiliated faculty and 68 part-time faculty. Each year, our award-winning division leads a comprehensive array of scholarly, educational and community engagement programs on behalf of the University while administering more than 60 international studies programs, offering more than 100 courses and organizing more than 130 distinct international educational and scholarly events.
Annual Country Study
Intensive English Program
KSU in Tuscany
International Visitors Bureau
International Achievement Awards
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