After a long gap of two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, world-renowned Florida State University (FSU) announced the commencement of its International Education Month. Spreading an air of enthusiasm and confidence, the US-based international university made it clear, giving the message of welcoming students across the world.
During this dynamic initiative, FSU is looking forward to having many international students and also some applying to study-abroad programs exceeding its pre-pandemic numbers. The FSU launched International Education Month on Tuesday, at The Globe Auditorium, with FSU President Richard McCullough opening his welcome note preceded by The Going Global Showcase.
Richard mentioned, “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.”
FSU claims of having study centres in Valencia in Spain, Italy, Florence, and London, with a well-equipped campus in Panama City, Panama. It offered its study-abroad opportunities in six different locations of Cetamura del Chianti in Italy, Dubrovnik in Croatia, Oxford in England, Dresden-Germany, and the French capital, Paris.