We’re back, says Florida State University administrators of global programs for international and American students, after more than two years since the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to international travel.
As the university celebrates International Education Month, the number of international students and those applying to study abroad programs have surpassed pre-pandemic levels.
“As a Top 20 public university, we believe that providing opportunities for global engagement and nurturing a rich multicultural environment are fundamental to student and faculty success,” said FSU President Richard McCullough.
FSU has study centers in London, Florence, Italy, and Valencia, Spain, as well as a campus in Panama City. The university offered study abroad opportunities in Paris, France, Prague, Czech Republic, Dresden, Germany, Oxford, England, Dubrovnik, Croatia, and Cetamura del Chianti, Italy last summer.
McCullough has prioritized FSU’s national reputation, which has been ranked in the Top 20 by U.S. News & World Report for four years in a row.