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.
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.
Mateus Alves Gomes is one of 13 students attending Radford University as part of the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program.
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.
Summer Faculty Led 2nd payment due
Thursday Mar 1
All remaining program costs (non-refundable) are due for any student that has applied for, accepted into, and has paid the initial $1,000 deposit.
The Latest News
In a field study experience hosted by Radford University, students from around the country took part in a unique research experience that brought them into the heart of pop culture.
Senior Mashail Alghamdi came to Radford University with a passion for fashion and turned that passion into an achievement for the ages.
Radford University senior Mashail Alghamdi is headed to Fashion Week in New York where she will show her full design collection. Alghamdi’s designs, she said, are focused on empowering women.
Several Radford University students and faculty emerged from the Amazon rainforest this summer enlightened and eager to share their life-changing experiences.
In Africa for two weeks, Social Work students and faculty forged unique personal connections and deepened Radford University’s international profile.
School of Communication (SOC) Assistant Professor Michael Meindl guest spoke at a German university and traveled to Romania, South Africa and Hawaii for research on documentaries – all in a 30-day span.