CFANS Office of International Programs
The Office of International Programs supports the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences to be a globally engaged institution that promotes responsible stewardship of agricultural and natural resources in communities close to home and across the world. Through a comprehensive approach to internationalization, the Office of International Programs aims to bring awareness of intercultural competency to the college, to facilitate collaboration amongst students, staff and faculty to address global concerns, and provide training and study abroad opportunities for CFANS staff and students and for people around the world.
Study Abroad and Global Engagement Fair
Come join us outside Coffey Hall for the CFANS Study Abroad and Global Engagement Fair! Learn about all the study abroad opportunities with CFANS and other ways to gain international experience. Enjoy live music, snacks, and prizes. We look forward to seeing you!
Winter Break Programs
Studying abroad is a transformative experience. You will practice communicating and working across cultures, gain an international perspective in your field of study, prepare to work in a global economy, gain valuable life experience, grow as a person and prepare to meet global challenges through the people you'll meet and what you can learn from them. We offer short-term study abroad, semester study abroad, exchanges and international internships.
Grants and Scholarships
Learn more about applying for and financing your international experience.
Our global research initiatives support the university’s goal of becoming one of the world’s top research universities through interdisciplinary and aligned research efforts and a systems approach to complex problems. This map is a snapshot of the CFANS projects taking place around the world in summer 2012.
Full-time international students enjoy CFANS for its award-winning faculty and research opportunities. International students interested in a practical, hands-on internship experience in U.S. agriculture with an optional classroom experience through CFANS can participate in MAST International.