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The Office of International Programs

The Office of International Programs is on limited in person staffing during the Fall 2020 semester.   Most staff are working remotely with email and phone as the best way of communications.  The University is having in person classes, hybrid and online instruction for the fall semester.- see details at www.k-state.edu/covid-19/

International Students and Scholars - Kansas State University is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S.  The International Student and Scholars Services (ISSS) is monitoring the situation and has received guidance from the U.S. Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).  ISSS will be in communications with SEVP about the modification that K-State is making.  If you have questions please contact your international student advisor or contact isss@k-state.edu.

Faculty, Student and Employee Travel Discontinued - The University discontinued all University-affiliated international business related travel for both students and employees.  For university travel and health policies and forms see www.k-state.edu/covid-19/guidance/health/travel.html


Office of International Programs Statistics

1471 International Students at K-State from 103 Countries

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 Top 10 countries represented at K-State in 2019

429 Students

Saudi Arabia

157 Students


123 Students


71 Students


55 Students

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44 Students

South Korea

37 Students


37 Students 


35 Students

Sri Lanka

35 Students

 outline of nepal      outline of south koreaoutline of kuwait outline of bangladesh       outline of sri lanka


power cat21,719 Students at K-State
brief case722 local jobs are supported by international programs 
professor graphic454 International Faculty at K-State
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$60.4 Million Total Economic Impact from International Students

$218.3 Million Total Research Expenditure

airplane813 Students Participating in an Education Abroad Experience

There are

200+ MOU Agreements and

65+ Exchange Agreements

pinpoint80+ Countries Visited by Education Abroad

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