Senior Andre Moussa grew up in Venezuela. The economy of the volatile nation has been unstable during the last few years, which is one reason Moussa decided to come to the states for his education
Both Americans and students from abroad work through the International Club to educate the campus and community.
More than 50 international students will study at Georgia College this fall semester. From across the globe, they bring their diverse experience and culture to campus.
A student’s service-learning project as part of a class on campus will help school children in the Central American country of Costa Rica.
A group of Master of Business Administration (MBA) students recently visited Australia to learn about international business dynamics firsthand.
A group of health science students will spend two weeks in the Central American country of Belize this summer.
The students will participate in service and community-based learning initiatives each day including health fairs working with an HIV/AIDS awareness group, volunteering to help build an orphanage and working with local high school coaches at a clinic.
Dr. Eric K. Spears will join Georgia College as the new assistant vice president for International Education and director of the International Education Center in early July.
Spears currently serves as director of the Office of International Programs at Mercer University and director of the Brazil Institute at Mercer (BRIM). Spears is also the director of the Honors Program International Scholars Track and an assistant professor of geography at Mercer.