MTSU will put the world at its students’ fingertips at its annual Study Abroad Fair Wednesday, Nov. 19, in the Student Union’s first-floor lobby. The..
The consul-general of Japan highlights a dynamic celebration of International Education Week at MTSU, set Nov. 10-14. Motohiko Kato, Japan’s consul-general stationed in Nashville, will..
MTSU students learned firsthand why the people of Scandinavia’s cozy countries continually top the United Nations’ “World Happiness Report,” and their own report is “Passport..
Three MTSU students have been honored with one of the most illustrious study-abroad scholarships in the nation. Elizabeth Enck, Michele Kelley and Nathan O’Connell are 2014..
An MTSU student is preparing to spend a year in northern Africa after winning a major American scholarship. Tandra Martin, an international relations major from..
Even though her hometown of Smyrna, Tennessee, represents a personal slice of heaven, MTSU sophomore Hannah Morris knows the breath-taking landscapes she’s witnessed in Glasgow,..
For many people, the passport to an enlightened, educated life is just that — a passport. That’s why the MTSU Office of Education Abroad last..
The lush island nation often called “the crossroads of the Pacific” is the destination for a new faculty-led MTSU study-abroad excursion. Jan. 29 is the..
A world of educational and cultural opportunities awaits MTSU students at this week’s 2013 Study Abroad Fair. The Office of Education Abroad will host the..
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