City:  Manhattan, Kansas
Website:

Kansas State - Incoming Exchange Students

Approximate semester dates: Fall Semester: August - December
Spring Semester: January - May
Language of instruction: English
Full time load equivalent:

Undergraduate: 15 credits / semester
Postgraduate: 12 credits / semester

Fields of Study Available:
This is not an exclusive list of the disciplines available. 
Disciplines listed here can provide a full-time load of study. (In English)
All other available courses can be found in the course catalogue.

UNDERGRADUATE

Humanities & Social Sciences:

Journalism & Communication
Economics
 
Agricultural Communications 
Political Science
Anthropology
Communication
Anthropology
Comparative Government & Politics
Family Studies & Human Services
Geography
History
Philosophy
Psychology
Sociology
Russian
Women's Studies
Agricultural Economics
American Government & Politics
Economics
English
French
German
Mass Communications
Political Science
Spanish

 Science & Health Sciences:

Physics
Agriculture
Mathematics
Agricultural Communications
Chemistry
Sports Management/Kinesiology
Nutrition
Food Science
Entomology
Geology
Horticulture
Psychology
Statistics
Agricultural Economics
Agronomy
Animal Sciences & Industry
Biology
Food Science
Grain Science
Dietetics
Plant Pathology
Regional Planning

Technologies:

Architecture
Aviation Maintenance & Technology
Chemical Engineering
Computing & IT Sciences
Construction Engineering
Enviromental Design Studies
Civil Engineering
Computer Systems Technology
Interior Architecture 
Product & Interior Design
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Industrial & Manufacturing Systems
Nuclear Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Business:

Hospitality & Tourism
 Economics

Financial Planning

 Event Management
Statistics
 Business Management

 

POSTGRADUATE

Humanities & Social Sciences:

Agricultural Economics
 
American Government & Politics
Fine Arts

Anthropology
Comparative Government & Politics
Economics
Family Studies & Human Services
Geography
History
International Relations
Sociology
Spanish

Communication
Community Development
English
French
German
Gerontology
Philosophy
Psychology
Women's Studies


 Science & Health Sciences:

Agricultural Economics
Agricultural Education
Animal Sciences & Industry
Biochemistry
Agronomy
Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
Entomology
Geology
Gerontology
Horticulture
Mathematics
Pathobiology
Physics
Regional Planning
Clinical Science
Dietetics
Food Science
Grain Science
Nutrition
Inorganic Chemistry
Kinesiology
Plant Pathology
Statistics

Technologies:

Architecture
Chemical Engineering 
Architectual Engineering 
Civil Engineering
Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Computers & IT Sciences
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Industrial & Manufacturing Systems
Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering
Aviation Technology
Interior Architecture & Product
 

Business:

Hospitality & Tourism
Event Management

Financial Planning
Education Leadership

Economics
Statistics
 
 

Please note that the options listed on this webpage should be used as a guide only. Additional discipline areas may be available. For current information about fields of study, course selection and language proficiency requirements, please check the host university's website.

 

Course Catalogue

Undergraduate Courses (Courses Numbered 100-499)
Some 500-600 level courses are available to undergraduate students, please see course catalogues for more information. Permission cannot be granted until you arrive on campus. 


Postgraduate Courses (Courses Numbered 500 - 999)
 

Restricted Fields of Study:

Veterinary Medicine

Kinesiology
 

Approximate living expenses:

US$4,500 - 6,500 per semester

Exchange student fee information: click here

Insurance:

All students studying at K-State are required to maintain adequate health coverage throughout the duration of their exchange. Information regarding the K-State Student Health Insurance Plan, including costs and benefits, can be found here.

Students may be eligible to waive the K-State Student Health Insurance Plan if they have sufficient coverage and meet K-State's minimum requirements for coverage. Please note that the waiver of the K-State Student Health Insurance Plan is not guaranteed and is subject to K-State's approval. If your current insurance does not meet K-State's minimum requirements for coverage you will be required to purchase K-State's Student Health Insurance Plan.

Additional information:

Fact Sheet

Accommodation: There are a number of options available at K-State, for housing information click here, or outgoing K-State Exchange students often sublease their apartments for more info check out their Facebook Group.

Printable copy of brochures here 

Volunteer: K-State has heaps of opportunities to get involved in the local community click here for more info.

Clubs & Activities: There's almost 500 clubs on campus, check out some of them here.

Sport: Sport is huge at K-State with about 88% of students participating in some activity through their recreational services, to find out more here.

 

Watch This:

K-State Exchange Student Prezi
K-State Football
K-State YouTube Channel

 

 

 

What our students say about Kansas State University
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