Read travel guide books and do research online. Travel guide books are a great resource to get ideas of which places you may want to explore while you are in the country of your study. These books also provide ideas and recommendations of things to do, how to get around, and places to eat.
Enrolling in K-State Courses
If you are studying abroad for the semester or year, you may need to speak with your academic advisor via e-mail and enroll in K-State classes from abroad for the next semester.
Preserve Your Memories
Consider creating an online blog, a travel or photo journal, scrapbook, video, etc. to record your thoughts, pictures, memories, and souvenirs from your time abroad. It could easily become one of your most cherished possessions!
Do not leave the host university before obtaining your transcript or ensuring that
it will be sent directly to Karli Webster in the Study Abroad Office. The Study Abroad Office, K-State Registrar’s Office, and your academic department
are responsible for facilitating the transfer of credit. Also, be sure to request
copies of the transcript for your own records. Host university transcripts should
be mailed to:
Attn: Karli Webster
Office of International Programs
Kansas State University
304 Fairchild Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506 – U.S.A.
Voting in a US election while abroad
If there is an election (in the United States) while you are abroad, check out http://www.overseasvotefoundation.org for helpful information in registering and requesting an absentee ballot.
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