Psychology major Moreh Jackson traveled abroad three times as an MGA student, either for study or service learning. Now she is on her way to Scotland to pursue a Ph.D.
Developing a study abroad program for your students is a challenging but rewarding process. This 60 minute presentation will introduce faculty to MGA’s internal processes for study abroad program development and approval as well as outlining best practices for academic quality, student satisfaction, and risk management.
International Education Week (IEW), November 12-16, 2018 is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences.
Applications for 2019 European Council (EC) study abroad faculty are now open at the following link:
Through a new partnership with Armstrong State University in Savannah, Middle Georgia State University students will be able to study abroad in Siena, Italy as early as spring semester 2018.
Dr. Laura Thomason plays a major role in getting more MGA students to participate in international programs.
For a pioneering group of Middle Georgia State University students, time abroad was time to serve. Learn more about this amazing opportunity and the MGA students that partook in it.
Nearly 30 MGA students set sail for the Dominican Republic as pioneers in the University’s first “impact travel” venture.
Middle Georgia State University now offers a certificate in European Union Studies, ideal for professionals who work in international relations and business and for students interested in graduate school or further studies in world affairs. The certificate in European Union Studies is operated under the supervision of the European Council of the University System of Continue reading
Good afternoon Colleagues, Knights Impact is an international service-learning program coordinated by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Office of International Programs offering students an affordable, high-impact experiential learning opportunity. The week of May 21, 2017, a cohort of MGA faculty, staff, and students will sail from Miami to the Dominican Republic aboard the intimate 704-passenger Adonia with Fathom Impact Continue reading