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Internationalization is the process of developing international opportunities, programs, and skills within all stakeholders of the university. The Office of Internationalization in the Graduate School, led by the Assistant Provost for Internationalization and steered by the Internationalization Team, serves as the coordinating office. Important offices that interact with the Internationalization Office include the International Student Services Office (ISSO)the Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP), the Intensive English as a Second Language Institute, and the Center for Language and Culture (CLC).
International Minors and Certificates - links to application forms for the FHSU Global Competencies minor, Study Abroad certificate, International Studies minor, International Studies certificate, and other programs.
International Recruitment - information for prospective students of all levels. Education Abroad - education abroad opportunities and scholarship resources. Watch the 2010-11 Internationalization at FHSU video to learn more. Visit the Center for Language and Culture to learn about faculty-led travel abroad opportunities. Faculty Development - information for faculty including a guidebook for faculty-led study abroad trips and opportunities for national and international faculty development. International Partnerships - current agreements with other international universities and inquiry forms for establishing international partnership agreements with FHSU.