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International Admissions and Recruiting

International AdmissionsAbout us

Admission Deadlines

Spring - November 1
Summer - April 1
Fall - June 1

Scholarship Deadlines

Spring - October 1
Fall - March 1

Arrival Schedules

Spring 2019
Summer 2019
Fall 2019

International Admissions

Kansas State University
203A Fairchild Hall
1601 Vattier Street
Manhattan, KS 66506-1111 

intladmit@k-state.edu

+1 785-532-7277 (tel)
+1 785-532-6550 (fax)

K-State's Campuses

Anderson Hall on the Manhattan, Kansas campus

Manhattan

K-State's main campus is located in Manhattan, Kansas, known as "The Little Apple," and offers a vibrant college-town atmosphere.

  • The Manhattan campus is over 2,320 acres in size, including agricultural and research facilities.
  • Manhattan was ranked the No. 2 place to live in the United States by Livability.com in 2018.
  • In addition to students, more than 56,000 full-time residents are living in Manhattan.
  • The U.S. National Bio and Agro-defense Facility is currently under construction close by campus.

Planes at the Polytechnic, Salina, Kansas campus

Polytechnic

This campus located in Salina, Kansas is built on theory, research, and industry application.

  • The Polytechnic campus is particularly known for its world-class aviation program.
  • A state-of-the-art Student Life Center opened in 2009, and includes a full-size basketball court and various running and fitness areas.
  • This campus is one of the first and few universities in the nation to offer a bachelor's degree in unmanned aircraft systems.
  • Salina, a city of nearly 48,000 residents, offers the Polytechnic campus access to more than 600 acres of park land and the annual Smokey Hill River Festival.

K-State Global Campus; online campus

Global

K-State Global Campus is an online campus offering more than 70 online programs, regardless of a student's location.

  • K-State Global Campus offers a variety of choices in online Bachelor and graduate degrees, as well as certificates and minor programs.
  • Because classes are online and can be taken in your home country, you are not eligible for a U.S. student visa through Global Campus programs.