Welcome to the International Education Center website! We are here to serve international students, to encourage and enable students to participate in high quality study abroad experiences, to facilitate innovative international programming on campus, and to provide the best means and structure for Radford University faculty to engage in international academia. 

Featured Stories

  1. The Agent of Education Abroad »

    7/8/2016

    Overseeing Radford University's international initiatives is London-native Paul Currant. Having spent the past 21 years working and living overseas, Currant brings a wealth of global knowledge to the International Education Center.

  2. The Radford University Experience »

    7/25/2016

    Mateus Alves Gomes is one of 13 students attending Radford University as part of the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program.

  3. Scholarship Offers Life-Changing Opportunities »

    7/25/2016

    The Zylphia Shu-En Kirk Endowment was established in 1999 by Radford University alumnus and former university Board of Visitors Rector R.J. Kirk '76. The program enables selected students to travel to China and study the culture while continuing their Mandarin studies.

Upcoming Events

  1. Faculty-Led Wintermester Deposit due

    Monday Oct 2

    All day

  2. Spring Break Faculty Led Applications Due

    Tuesday Oct 10

    All day

  3. Summer Study Abroad Applications due

    Tuesday Oct 31

    All day

  4. Faculty Led Spring Break Deposits due

    Wednesday Nov 1

    All day

The Latest News

  1. RU team set to plunge into the jungle for research »

    5/18/2015

    Caitlin Annear will cap her college career with a flourish, and perhaps a few insect bites. After graduating with a B.S. degree in environmental biology on May 9, she will meet 12 other RU students at Dulles Airport on May 13 to head for the Peruvian Amazon for Maymester.

  2. Wintermester service learning project enriches WCHHS team with experience and cultural sensitivity »

    2/4/2015

    To extend the Waldron College of Health and Human Services' classrooms, 15 RU students and three faculty members "wintermestered" in Belize.