Join our affordable statewide study abroad program this Summer 2019 in Paris, France! 

  • Month-long program led by West Virginia professor!

  • Major-specific courses (Marketing) taught in English!

  • Beginning and Intermediate French language offerings!

  • Tuition for 6 credits, housing, and cultural excursions included in the program fee!

  • Scholarships are available!

Study for a summer, semester or a full academic year through the West Virginia-KEI Study Abroad Consortium!

GlobalWV in Paris, Summer 2019

This GlobalWV Summer Program offers students the chance to study for one month in Paris, France.  Students will earn 6 credit hours by taking two courses from offerings in French Language, French Culture & Civilization (taught in English by a professor from Fairmont State University), and Marketing (taught in English).  The program will run from May 17 to June 16.  For more information, and to apply, visit www.KEIabroad.org. The application deadline is March 10!

West Virginia-KEI Study Abroad Consortium

Through the West Virginia-KEI Study Abroad Consortium you can study for a semester, academic year or summer in locations throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Oceania. All KEI programs are taught in English and offer a wide selection of major-specific and general education courses. Intensive language study, internships, community service and research opportunities are also available at most program locations. Scholarships are available, and students from KEI Affiliate Schools receive an automatic $1,000 grant towards any of KEI’s semester, quarter or academic year programs.  To participate in a West Virginia-KEI program, you should be 1) enrolled as an undergraduate student in good academic standing at a West Virginia state public university; 2) have completed at least one academic year of study; and 3) have a strong academic background (a minimum grade point average of 2.5 for most programs). Visit the KEI website at www.KEIabroad.org to search programs by location and academic concentration.

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