Each year hundreds of Kennesaw State University Students participate in education abroad programs. They travel to countries on every continent enhancing their educations and enriching their understanding of the world. This page allows those students to tell their stories.
Here you will find blogs, videos, and other testimonials from students who have traveled abroad on education abroad programs. Their experiences can potentially inspire other students to pursue an academically challenging and personally rewarding education abroad adventure.
Learn from other students exactly where your education can take you.
Damie Omole Exchange - Universidad Carlos III de Madrid - Spain
Damie Omole, a Public Relations major, spent the Fall 2017 semester in Spain studying Communications at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. While she was there, she recorded her experiences in this eye-catching blog. Along with entries about school life and getting settled in Madrid, you'll also find picture-filled accounts of her trips to other locations in Spain and around Europe. Make sure you take a look at her great tips for future study abroad students!Read Damie's Blog
Around the World in 80 Days - Italy, Morocco, Australia, Cuba
International Business major Ivan Stavrev participated in the unique Around the World in 80 Days program in Fall 2016. The semester-long experience sees students traveling to Italy, Morocco, Australia, and Cuba. While out of the country, Ivan became something of the group's documentarian.
Below you will find a collection of Ivan's videos recorded during the Around the World in 80 Days program.Check out Ivan's Youtube Channel Here
Exchange: Hanyang University - South Korea
Integrative Studies major Vincent Brown completed a semester-long exchange at Hanyang University in Seoul, South Korea in Spring 2016, where he took a 12-week Intensive Korean Program. During his time in Korea, Vincent kept a blog filled with detailed accounts of the Korean academic experience and of his immersion into Korean culture. Best of all, he captured many of his experiences through a series of vribrant, colorful photographs.
Click the button below to see Vincent's Blog.Read Vincent's Blog