International Study Opportunities
Our students are going places; You can too.
Join your fellow students and faculty for an educational 13-day tour to Rome, Sorrento, Delphi, Athens, and an optional extension cruise to the Greek Isles.
Surrounded by some of humanity s greatest treasures, every step is a history lesson.
You ll walk through the Parthenon and the Coliseum as Titus did, and wonder how these
architectural icons could have been any more breathtaking in his time. Shimmering marble
and cracking stone in both cities serve as vivid reminders of the peaks of both as ancient
Travel and registration information
For more information about the Summer 2017 tour, select the link below:
Kentucky Institute for International Studies
Founded in 1975, the Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS) is a faculty-led study abroad consortium of colleges and universities in Kentucky and surrounding states. In that time, more than 12,000 students and hundreds of consortium faculty have participated in KIIS programs. Each year, KIIS offers more than $75,000 in student scholarships.
KIIS is dedicated to providing exceptional and affordable international education programs for students from diverse backgrounds. We believe study abroad should be an integral part of any degree program, regardless of academic discipline.
KIIS study abroad experiences will expand students' global and cultural awareness and understanding, enhance written and verbal communication skills and help develop a heightened sense of confidence and leadership.
Join us on one of our Winter, Summer or Semester programs in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Most KIIS courses are taught in English.
Contact InformationKCTCS/Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Study Abroad Program Office ATB 1st Floor Room 153-C 600 College Street Road, Elizabethtown, KY 42701 270 706 8587 or (877) 246-2322 extension 68587
Kevin Parrett, AA, BSBA, MBA & MS-MIT Chair, Global Studies and International Partnerships (GSIP), KCTCS email@example.com This page maintained by:
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