After Your Program
After you return home, consider participating in the following activities to share your experience with others and learn how to highlight it on your resume and during job interviews.
Prepare for Reverse Culture Shock
Believe it or not, it’s common for students to experience difficulties readjusting to American culture. Check out Prepare for Reverse Culture Shock for information about how to minimize reverse culture shock.
Read and e-sign the "Credit Transfer Information" document on your KSU online education abroad (StudioAbroad) application
This information is for students who will be transferring credit from an institution abroad to KSU.
Log in to your KSU online education abroad application and click on "KSU CAS login" in the upper right-hand corner. Log-in to the system and choose your education abroad program to view and e-sign the "Credit Transfer Information" document. This document will provide information on the process of transferring credits from your program abroad to KSU.
Attend Unpacking Your International Experience: The Study Abroad Re-Entry Event
This event allows you to share your experiences, meet other students, and work through reverse culture shock. For times and dates, see our Important Dates and Deadlines.
Attend Putting Your International Experience to Work: The Education Abroad Professional Development Workshop
Hosted jointly with Career and Employment Services, this workshop helps you highlight your international experience on your resume, in cover letters, and during job interviews. For times and dates, see our Important Dates and Deadlines.
Go Abroad Again!
You can study abroad as many times as you want, or explore other opportunities like service-learning, internships, work, research, or teaching abroad. Contact your Education Abroad Advisor for more opportunities to discover the world and discover yourself!