Study Abroad CAT Communities
What is a Study Abroad CAT Community?
Study Abroad CAT Communities provide a dynamic, global learning experience for K-State students at the start of their college experience. Like our other CAT Communities, a small group of students take a group of academic classes together, but they also have the chance to travel abroad together during their first year.
If you are interested in enrolling in a Study Abroad CAT Community, read through the page below and talk with your advisor during your June Enrollment session to get connected!
In this CAT Community, students will explore what it means to be a "global citizen" and utilize an international experience as an opportunity for personal growth and self-development. We will examine some of the major forces that shape identity and culture, foster ethical values and behaviors that promote human dignity, and gain practical skills to navigate the rigors of the modern world. No matter where your career path may take you, your sense of global citizenship should help get there. Students will take a trip to Puebla, Mexico during Spring Break of 2023 as part of the CAT Community.
LEAD 212 Introduction to Leadership Concepts
LEAD 350 Culture and Context
LEAD 195 Leadership for a Globalizing Community
In a Study Abroad CAT Community, first-year students:
• Learn about different international opportunities available to K-State students and prepare for a future Education Abroad program
• Have the opportunity to work with an undergraduate Learning Assistant, who will share experiences about college life and studying abroad
• Participate in campus social and educational activities related to shared interests
If you have any additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information