**Update Under Construction**

Office of International Programs by the numbers (2019-2022)

$750,000 ELP has generated for on-campus partners and local communities through grants (2016-2019) (excluding the revenue for ELP)

2018 Australian-American Fulbright Commission partnership renewed for an additional five years

2016 Kansas State University Office in Italy was established and continues to be the #1 Education Abroad destination

1,085 international students enrolled in the fall of 2021

813 students participated in an international experience (2019-2020)

488 English language teachers from Ecuador have improved their English language capacity

354 international faculty, scholars and researchers are on campus to teach, work or research (2019-2020)

312 Chinese students on campus

166 Pakistani Fall 2019 IIE Workshop Seminar participants hosted on campus.

117 Indian students on campus

112 Saudi Arabian students on campus

90% of ELP students go on to academic work at KSU

75% of international degree seeking undergraduate students coming through ELP are currently active or have completed their degree

72% of matriculated international undergraduate students from 2012-2019 came through the ELP

68 Brazilian English Teachers on campus for 6-week professional development (Summer 2018-2019)

67 Fulbright scholars from 36 countries participated in English for Graduate Studies programs (Summer 2018 -2019)

61 Paraguayan students on campus

56 student athletes from 31 countries participating in 12 sports

54 new online WildCAT tests given from April 2020-2021

41 new online SPEAK tests from June 2020-March 2021

36 Saudia Airline sponsored students

35 African civil servants enrolled in online courses through the State Department’s English for the African Union Program, part of the Online Professional English Network (OPEN) (Spring 2021)

33 Iranian students on campus

16 Fulbright students from 4 sponsoring agencies study at K-State

10 year re-accreditation of the KSU English Language Program by the Commission of English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) in 2013

6 cohorts of Go Teachers (English and teacher training with the College of Education (2018-2020)

2 cohorts of Khbrat (English and teacher training with the college of Education (2012-2016)

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Did you know: International students generate $49.1 million in economic impact and support 526 jobs in the state of Kansas*

* Source: Open Doors: Report on International Education Exchange published by the Institute of International Exchange


Did you know: Kansas State is home of the new $1.25 billion National Bio and Agro Defense Facility developed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security


Did you know: KSU has 4 Feed the Future labs funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development


The Office of International Programs would like to acknowledge our scholarship donors:

Goss Discovery Scholarship funds study abroad trips for 25 students. Established and funded by Mike and Becky Goss, Westport, Conn., these scholarships are awarded to KSU undergraduate or graduate students to study abroad for at least one semester. Ten scholarships are awarded for study abroad trips scheduled for fall and 15 for study abroad trips scheduled in the spring.

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professor graphic 354 International Faculty at K-State from 55 countries
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$49.1 Million Total Economic Impact from International Students

$218.3 Million Total Research Expenditure


813 Students Participating in an Education Abroad Experience



There are

200+ MOU Agreements and

65+ Exchange Agreements



80+ Countries Visited by Education Abroad