g” alt=”" width=”300″ height=”178″ />NASHVILLE (TSU News Room) – In an increasingly global workforce, university graduates must possess an international perspective. There is no better time during one’s life to acquire those skills than the college years, and no better way to experience cultures and traditions unique from the United States than by traveling.
Each year hundreds of TSU students distinguish themselves from peers by participating in a study abroad program. While destinations vary, outcomes are constant. Students who have returned from a sojourn abroad consistently report greater levels of independence, self-confidence, and resourcefulness than prior to departure. GPA’s tend to improve in the semesters following study abroad, and many credit their overseas experiences with helping to define and obtain career objectives.
We hope to encourage students to take full advantage of the many international opportunities that are available through Tennessee State University’s consortia and study abroad programs.
Select the Country, Program and Course for your study abroad experience. Click on these links:
Students can view countries, programs and course offerings provided by The Tennessee Consortium for International Studies (TnCIS) and other programs available to discover the world around them.
Complete and submit a survey that will allow us to better understand your international education goals. This survey will also allow us to provide you with direct access to country information and resources to help realize your study abroad experience.
Do not delay, click on the SURVEY to begin a unique and life changing international experience.
READ more about the summer abroad programs or call 615.963.7660 for more information.
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Motto: Think, Work, Serve Established: June 19, 1912 Type: Public, HBCU Endowment: $41.7 million Chancellor: John Morgan President: Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover Faculty: 431 Enrollment: 8775 Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States Campus: Urban, 500 acres (2 km²) Former names: Tennessee A&I State Normal School for Negroes (1912); Tennessee A&I State Normal College (1925); Tennessee A&I State University (1951); Tennessee State University (1968) Colors: Reflex Blue and White Nickname: Tigers Athletics: National Collegiate Athletic Association Affiliations: Ohio Valley Conference Web site: www.tnstate.edu Phone: 615-963-5000
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