Florida State University will highlight its internationalization and global awareness efforts during International Education Month in November. The monthlong celebration expands upon International Education Week, a joint initiative led by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education held nationally the third week of November.
With European study centers in England, Spain and Italy, a branch campus in the Republic of Panama and more than 45 global exchange programs, FSU’s international impact is significant. This semester, Florida State welcomed its largest cohort of international students from 74 countries, including Austria, India, Japan, France and Denmark.
FSU International Programs faculty and staff will be available for students to learn about the programs they offer. Students can also chat with professors, international study center staff and International Programs Ambassadors.
The FSU College of Music presents a performance by the Brazilian Music Ensemble, also known as “Grupo Jaraguá,” and the Andean Music Ensemble as part of its World Music Concert Series.