25%: Teach two of the required online courses for the freshmen programs: Global Foundations and Global Engagement, each designed to introduce the study abroad students to the basic concepts, theories and behaviors associated with intercultural communication and prepare the participants with practical skills for living abroad.
25%: Develops and oversees International Programs’ Formative Experience credit approval process. This includes the development of an outcomes assessment program. This position will also be responsible for facilitating the review and approval of successful participation in the experiences overseas. This position serves as a liaison with overseas centers and campus partners for International Programs' formative experience process within the broader university-wide requirements.
50%: Support the administration of IP’s study abroad programs including the freshmen offerings. These tasks may include assisting in recruiting, advising, and participating in orientations focused on pre-departure information, transitions to new locations overseas, and the re-entry experience.
Experience studying abroad
Experience working in the education abroad field or related higher education experience
Master’s degree in international affairs, international relations, international communications or related discipline.
PhD in international affairs, international relations, international communications or related discipline.
Florida State University International Programs provides quality international learning environments where students are challenged to be learners, leaders, achievers and contributors within a global community. International Programs is committed to providing opportunities for students to explore, perceive and understand intercultural issues through engagement with global problems, international cultures, and foreign languages.
FSU is ranked No. 11 in the nation in IIE’s Open Doors annual report, which included a category documenting the number of students studying abroad. The rankings showed Florida State helped provide international-study opportunities to 2,379 students in the 2016-2017 school year, up from 2,250 in 2015-2016.
FSU ranked No. 6 in “long-term duration” of study-abroad experiences. More than 100 students completed a full academic year of international study in 2016-2017, primarily due to the success of Florida State’s First Year Abroad program.
The program helps students complete the first 12 months of their college career studying at FSU’s international campuses, including the Republic of Panama; Florence, Italy; Valencia, Spain; and London, England. The F...irst Year Aboard program also allows students to change their location to a different study center for a summer term.