Global connections are at the center of the Kansas State University Global Campus – from distance students located throughout the world to academic opportunities that increase the international impact of the university.
The Engineering Summer Institute, in partnership with Gujarat Technological University (GTU) in India, brings GTU students to Kansas State University for eight-week summer courses in electrical and mechanical engineering.
This award-winning noncredit program is an intensive academic collaboration serving the unique audience of international engineering students seeking an educational as well as a cultural experience in the United States.
The Korean Summer Institute, sponsored in part by the South Korean government, brings computer science students from South Korea's Hanyang University to the Kansas State University campus to refine computer programming techniques and practice English grammar and technical writing skills.
The institute is part of a program at Hanyang University that aims to send 30 students to K-State each summer to continue the cultural exchange and educational opportunity.