The Whitney Young School of Honors and Liberal Studiesencourages students to take advantage of the opportunities available tothem through Kentucky State University’s membership in two consortiumsthat provide study abroad experiences. The Kentucky Institute forInternational Study (KIIS) and the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad(CCSA) both offer a wide variety of study abroad opportunities. In thepast, Whitney Young School has been able to provide scholarship grantsin aid to assist students in funding study abroad. For more information on scholarships available through WYS, click here: WYS Scholarships
CCSA offers summer and winter break programs,semester-long programs, and internship programs in English-speakingcountries. CCSA is currently offering programs in the followingcountries: Australia, Belize, Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand,Ghana, Jamaica, Scotland and South Africa. The official website of CCSA is found at www.ccsa.cc. KSU faculty contacts for CCSA programs are Dr. Ed Conner, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Dr. Tamara Sluss, email@example.com.
KIIS offers a wide variety of summer andsemester study abroad opportunities in non-English-speaking countries.Only a few programs require previous foreign language skills, and manyoffer language instruction at different levels. Programs range from twoto six weeks and many offer family stay opportunities. KIIS iscurrently offering programs in the following countries: Austria,Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany,Italy, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Spain. The official website of KIIS is found at www.kiis.org. KSU faculty contact for KIIS is Ivory Griskell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on these programs and other study abroad programsavailable through Kentucky State University, and financial aid availablefrom Kentucky State University and other sources, click here: Global Education