Whether you choose Taiwan, Turkey, or Tanzania, studying abroad will change your life. Participation has grown by 33% over the past few years with 18 exchange programs and nearly 60 faculty-led study abroad programs. Apply today and expand your horizons!
The University’s five emerging-market task forces – Brazil, China, South Africa, South Korea, and Turkey – are focused on increasing student and faculty exchanges and research collaborations. More than 100 faculty serving on these task forces are shaping the global reach and impact of Georgia State.
Georgia State hosts nearly 1,600 international students and scholars from 117 countries. The University has 18 international student organizations. Learn more about studying or research at Georgia State!
With 149 agreements in 59 countries, Georgia State is advancing its global connections. Hangzhou Normal University in Hangzhou, China represents just one robust partnership, with summer programs for biology students, a faculty-mentoring program, and faculty exchange opportunities.
Georgia State’s Confucius Institute ranks as one of the world’s best, having recently been awarded “Confucius Institute of the Year.” Why? It focuses on building community outreach and business-oriented programs that engage the entire Atlanta area.
Check out the innovative projects Georgia State faculty are leading on campus and around the world. Areas of research range from advancing health and improving adult literacy skills to supporting economic development.